marriage

Love Story That’s Timeless
SWOYERSVILLE, Pa. (AP) — If anyone told Anthony and Betty Leptuck they didn't think their marriage would last, they were wrong. Very wrong. The couple has been together for 70 years now. They marked the milestone on Tuesday in Swoyersville, Pennsylvania...
Yakima Bishop Delivered Message to Reject Referendum 74
Yakima Bishop Joseph Tyson delivered a message to catholic parishioners on Saturday and Sunday that marriage is a covenant between a man and a woman and that Referendum 74 should be rejected by voters in the November election. The referendum would redefine marriage in Washington as a contract betwee…
Mariage-The 2 Year Flexible Mexican Plan?
Some lawmakers in Mexico City are considering amending marriage laws to allow for an initial two-year marriage term that can be renewed if the couple stays together. If they don’t, they can separate with no official divorce needed.
Since more than half of Mexico City’s marriages end in divorce and mo…
The Three Keys to Happiness Are:
A recent Gallup Poll says getting married, going to church and getting a high-paying job are the keys to happiness. A whopping 84% of us are either "very satisfied" or "very happy" with our personal lives with just 14% saying they are dissatisfied.
Married And In The Minority
Data released late last week by the U.S. Census Bureau show that married couples are for the first time in U.S. history no longer the majority, now representing 48 percent of all households, down from 52 percent in 2000.
Getting Hitched 8 Years Later Than Mom
THE AVERAGE BRIDE IS 30:
The typical first-time bride is now 30-years-old when she walks down the aisle, official figures have revealed. Women today are on average nearly eight years older than their mothers were when they married for the first time.
What Kind Of Married Couple Are You?
Sure, you're sharing a life, but that doesn't mean you need to share everything. Do you sleep in separate beds, celebrate holidays apart, or maybe even have separate houses? Here's the scoop on when it's okay — and in some cases, better — to go it alone…