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Our people love one another because they are married, which is not quite the same thing.
We differ from Westerners in that our marriages are contracted not out of love but by the will of parents or tribe.
Here is what Pope Pius XI listed as the fruits of matrimony:2.
In order, however, that amongst men of every nation and every age the desired fruits may be obtained from this renewal of matrimony, it is necessary, first of all, that men's minds be illuminated with the true doctrine of Christ regarding it; and secondly, that Christian spouses, the weakness of their wills strengthened by the internal grace of God, shape all their ways of thinking and of acting in conformity with that pure law of Christ so as to obtain true peace and happiness for themselves and for their families.
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Churches are much smaller, and filled with an interesting array of mismatched puzzle pieces – people like myself who came over from the Novus Ordo and are considered “staunch” because we’ve been on the other side and won’t have anything to do with the New Religion and its works and pomps; people who have been raised their entire lives in the Traditional Mass, who are sometimes lax and often incapable of grasping just how deep the problem is outside of their chapels; and all sorts of people in between.
Now, I’m not one to advocate, as some imprudent people do, that if you are a man and you find a Catholic woman who will marry you, that that is all you need for a successful marriage.
I am just reiterating that the “unconditional surrender” attitude regarding finding a spouse which many of us have been infected with vis-à-vis the modern world is simply NOT a Catholic attitude.
Suffice to say, there must be, at base, a mutual physical attraction. If those Three Requirements are fulfilled, my friends, I really think you have what is necessary for a successful marriage, with the grace of God.
In the Western world we seem to have a bias towards a sort of romantic sentimentality regarding love before marriage.