Answer those questions with 3-5 sentences. Do you believe that you are called to marriage?

Answer those questions with 3-5 sentences.

  1. Do you believe that you are called to marriage? (“I am not sure” is also a good and legitimate answer.) Why or why not do you feel called to this (or why are you unsure)? Use examples if possible.
  2. What qualities are important to you in a future spouse? Why?
  3. What qualities did your interview couple have that you would like to emulate in your own marriage? Why?
  4. Do you feel that God is leading you to marriage? If yes, how? If not, why not?
  5. How will you demonstrate and receive love in marriage (free, total, faithful, fruitful)? Did your interview couple provide you with any examples you would follow?
  6. Do you think and feel this vocation will bring you closer to God? Do you believe your couple’s marriage has been blessed by God? How so?
  7. Can you foresee any challenges, obstacles, and potential struggles in marriage? If yes, what are they? How will you overcome these struggles? If no, why not? How do you believe your couple overcame struggles and obstacles they may have faced?
  8. What questions and answers were you most surprised by? What did you initially expect to be the answer? How was the actual answer different from your expectation?
  9. A. Answer if you are a Male: How can marriage prepare you to become a father to children? Use examples from your interview if possible.
  10. B. Answer if you are a Female: How can marriage prepare you to become a mother to children? Use examples from your interview if possible.
  11. Provide examples of how your understanding of marriage and family has changed from 1. This project and 2. This class in general. What do you plan to do with this newfound information?
  12. Anything extra you may wish to share 

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