Marriage can be refer as an intimate union of a man and a woman. The marathi matrimonial site aims at such union. It comes to us from the hand of God. God is the supreme who created male and female in his image, so that they might become one body and might be fertile and multiply. Though man and woman are equal as God’s children, they are created with important differences that allow them to give themselves and to receive the other as a gift. The marathi matrimonial site represent marriage both a natural institution as well as sacred union because it is rooted in the divine plan of creation. The Catholic Church teaches that the valid marriage between two baptized Christians is also a sacrament – a saving reality and a symbol of Christ’s love for his church. In every marriage the spouses make a contract with each other. In a sacramental marriage the couple also enters into a covenant in which their love is sealed and strengthened by God’s love.
The free consent of the spouses makes a marriage. From this consent and from the sexual consummation of marriage a special bond arises between husband and wife. This bond is lifelong and exclusive. The marriage bond has been established by God and so it cannot be dissolved.
Permanency, exclusivity, and faithfulness are essential to marriage because they foster and protect the two equal purposes of marriage. These two purposes are growth in mutual love between the spouses and the generation and education of children. The mutual love of a married couple should always be open to new life. This openness is expressed powerfully in the sexual union of husband and wife. The power to create a child with God is at the heart of what spouses share with each other in sexual intercourse. Mutual love includes the mutual gift of fertility. Couples who are not able to conceive or who are beyond their child-bearing years can still express openness to life. They can share their generative love with grandchildren, other children and families, and the wider community.
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