NULL & VOID with Fr David Andel

Many people struggle with broken marriages. Where is Jesus in all this and how can we find healing?

Fr. Mike explores this question with Fr. David.  First they discuss what helps to make a successful marriage.  Then they move on to marriages that don’t work out.
The Bible tells us that marriage is forever. So how can one resolve a marriage that just doesn’t work .

Fr. David explains that sometimes the marriage is “null and void” There really wasn’t a valid marriage to begin with. He outlines the difference between annulment and divorce.  Annulment can be “civil” as well as a church annulment.  He talks about the steps necessary to receive an annulment in the Catholic Church with length of time and the necessity of witnesses.

Don’t miss this enlightening interview with Fr. David Andel.  Watch Null and Void on:
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4)  Channel 17 Access San Bernardino (Sunday 5 pm PT)
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GOD'S WOMEN: ESTHER
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Have you ever heard of a lady in the Bible who won a beauty contest?

That is the story that Fr. Mike tells in this episode of God’s Women.  He gives the historical context for Esther. The Babylonians conquered the Assyrians, then went on to conquer Jerusalem, taking the people as slaves. Esther was an orphan slave. She was very beautiful  and had a powerful advocate in her cousin Mordecai. The Babylonian King was insulted by his queen, threw her, out and called for a beauty contest.

Mordecai  was able to get Esther in this line of beauties and she easily won.  The king did not know that she was a Jew. So the plot thickens. One of the most powerful men in the kingdom wanted everyone to bow down to him. If they didn’t, he would kill them all. Mordecai refuses; Esther wants to save him. And so the story goes on.

Fr. Mike uses this biblical story to talk about genocide….the Armenians, the Jewish Holocaust, Rwanda and Cambodia, etc. Why do these things happen? How does this affect us? How do we deal with our enemies?

 
 
 
 
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