In this collection of theological essays, Michael Lawler confronts difficult questions in the Catholic theology of marriage. Lawler addresses questions about marriage and sacrament, faith and sacrament, divorce and remarriage, cohabitation, an Catholic models of marriage honestly, historically, accurately, and pastorally. He identifies and explores debated issues, embraces a position on them, and sustains his position with reasoned Catholic insight and pastoral sensitivity. With an excellent command of the sources, he offers a fresh look at the Catholic theology of marriage for a new millennium.
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