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“I am full of awe at what lays ahead. One thing that didn’t hit me until a little while ago was the fact that when we are married, I won’t have to do this alone but we’ll have prayer on my side and the power of the sacraments to help us grow in our union. It’s a very encouraging thought.”

Tim & Sarah | Engaged Course

“We’ve come out with a better understanding of who we are individually and where we want to go collectively as a married couple with actual plans. We’ve already implemented a few of the techniques we’ve learnt from the course.”

Maria & Lucio | Engaged Online Course

“It has given us much needed time and space to examine our marriage – what is working and what is not. We have now new tools and techniques to enrich our marriage. We are looking at each other anew through a positive and loving lens.”

Margaret & Ben | Marriage Seminar

“Doing this course reinvigorated dialogue between us. It gave us several exercises to try, and there were many insights that came out of the activities. It also moved us towards a re-invigorated prayer life. It allowed us to stop and think and reflect.”

Anna & Michael | BreakThrough Course

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Parish & Diocesan Leaders 

SmartLoving offers a range of resources to equip your community with the tools to provide Catholic marriage formation from within the parish or diocese 

Our resources are grounded in the wisdom of the Church and provide practical skills to heal, enrich and protect marriages so that couples can become the effective agents of evangelisation to which they are called.  

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To Have and to Hold

How often have we heard those classic words from the silver screen or at a church wedding! At its most basic, “To Have and To Hold” refers to the physical embrace of husband and wife.

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