Providing a Catholic framework on the truth and meaning of sexuality, love, and family

Many people, if not most, assume that if someone wants a child, they have a right to a child. Many find out the hard way that this is not the case. My wife and I enjoyed several years of carefree … Continue reading

The other day, a friend shared an article with me with the title, “Why Married People Have the Best Sex”. True enough. The article went on to make some valid points, but this is the statement that really got my … Continue reading

by Vincent Weaver, Director of Programs and Training, Family Honor As a young boy, I was fascinated to see that if you held up a piece of curved glass in front of the reflection of an image at just the … Continue reading

What are the obstacles to becoming saints?  What are the weapons in protecting your family against evil influences? How can parents respond to children’s tough questions in matters of faith and morality? These and other topics were discussed at the … Continue reading

Recently, we’ve been getting more calls from parents and parish leaders asking if we have any programs that would bring together parents and their high school-age teen or any programs that would be a follow up to our Real Love … Continue reading

Why donate? Because parents let us know they need Family Honor … “For Our Hispanic community – totally recommend it to help educate our young teens. A lot of help and information for us parents… It was great!! Loved it!!!” … Continue reading

Hello, Friends, Family Honor has been invited to participate in the Birdies for Charity Fundraising Event, in conjunction with the Heritage Pro Golf Tournament, in Hilton Head, SC, April 11-17. And thus Family Honor would like to invite YOU to … Continue reading

Family Honor at the Catholic Conference 4 Moms We’re happy to let you know that Family Honor will have an exhibit table at the Catholic Conference 4 Moms on Saturday, February 20 at St. Joseph’s Catholic School in Greenville, South … Continue reading

Kids grow up really fast.  Middle school is full of big events like lockers, sleep-overs, football games and your daughter’s doctor asking her about birth control options. Wait…  What?   In an office where you used to discuss Flintstone vitamins and Tylenol, your … Continue reading

Through your prayers, your support, your participation in Family Honor’s work, you’ve helped us carry out our mission. You helped us provide opportunities for parents and teens to come together and talk. Continue reading

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