Why should you consider getting married, if as Jesus states in Matthew 22:30; “at the resurrection, they neither marry nor are given in marriage but are like the angels in heaven?”
Today Fr. Mike continues his series dealing with questions related to the vocation of marriage.
Meet Fr. Mike Schmitz
Fr. Mike Schmitz serves as Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry for the Diocese of Duluth and as chaplain for the Newman Catholic Campus Ministry at the University of Minnesota-Duluth.
He is a presenter in Ascension’s Chosen, Altaration, and The 99 programs, and has a channel on Ascension Presents. He is also the host of the Ascension podcasts The Bible in a Year and The Catechism in a Year.
Dear Fr. Mike Schmitz: I think it is erroneous for people to say that gay marriage is a matter of equal rights. If something is against biology/science, that is against nature, the idea of equality is simply irrelevant to the situation. It’s like “comparing apples and oranges.” Equality has
nothing to do with it.
Thank you and God bless…