Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
Do you really want to delete this prezi?
Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.
Make your likes visible on Facebook?
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.
Transcript of Matrimony
Bridegroom Artificial Birth Control The deliberate interference with the marital act by artificial means with the intent to prevent conception. Adultery Sexual intimacy between a married person and a party other than his or her spouse. Divorce A legal action that claims to break a valid marital bond. A legal separation is sometimes necessary to protect an innocent party or their children, but it can never claim to break the bonds of marriage, which are created by God alone. Polygamy The state or institution of an individual contracting more than one marriage or contracting marriage with an already married individual. Premarital Sex Sexual relations between unmarried persons. Cohabitation The state of a man and a woman living together in a relationship that involves sexual intimacy outside of marriage. Trial Marriage Cohabitation for the purpose of evaluating what marriage should be like. Same-Sex Marriage The legal recognition of a "marital-like" relationship between persons of the same sex. Improper Sexual Intimacy Improper sexual intimacy while dating grants to another the familiarity with one's body that is proper only to a persons spouse as prepartation for the marital act. Abortion The deliberate elimination of a conceived life while still in the mother's womb. Disparity of Cult - The Sacrament of Matrimony Matrimony: Essential Rite Sacramental Matter Sacramental Form Ordinary Minister Extraordinary Minister Who receives Graces received The man and woman. A covenant of life between a man and a woman, which is ordered to the well-being of the spouses and the procreation and upbringing of children. Their consent and commitment to each other. Begins with the exchange of vows. Is completed when it is consummated by the couple through the physical expression of marital love. The vows. Matthew 19: 1-12 Scriptural Basis Genesis 2: 21-24 Old Testament New Testament Institutional Scripture Malachi 3: 14-16 Proverbs 18: 22, 19: 14, 31: 10-12 John 2: 1-11 1 Peter 3: 1-7 Genesis 1: 26-28 1 Corinithians 7: 1-16 Ephesisans 5: 21-32 Washing of feet Isaiah 54: 5, 62: 4-5 Song of Solomon Questions 1. What is this passage about?
2. What does this passage teach us about the Sacrament of Marriage? A solemn promise made to God in the presence of witnesses. I, N., take you, N., to be my (wife/husband). I promise to be true to you in good times and in bad, in sickness and in health. I will love you and honor you all the days of my life. The bride and groom. This is because the actual marriage takes place due to the expression of commitment to each other. None! The priest is the official witness of the Church and presides over the ceremony, but he is not a minister of marriage. A baptized man and woman. Must have sufficient use of reason... Sacraments needed before marriage (ideally): Baptism
Eucharist Need to meet all the requirements of a valid marriage. Requirements of a Valid Marriage Consent - A free act of will by which a man and a woman, in an irrevocable covenant, mutually give and accept each other, declaring their willingness to welcome children and to educate them. Follow the proper Marriage Rites of the Church. No impediments. Impotence - The inability to perform the marital act. Existing Marriage Bond Consanguinity - Holy Orders Public or Perpetual Vow of Chastity Force No "shotgun" marriages. Crime - "Til' death do us part" does not mean that you can kill your spouse to marry someone else... Marriage between a baptized Catholic and a non-baptized person. Marriages to Non-Catholics Mixed Marriage Marriage between a Catholic and a baptized Christian who is not in full communion with the Church. Must receive permission from the local bishop. Natural Marriage Marriage where at least one member is not Baptized. Must receive dispensation from the local bishop. The suspension by a competent authority of general rules of law in particular cases. If allowed, a NLM is valid, however, the married couple will not receive sacramental graces. Therefore, a natural marriage can be dissolved. Marital bond - Perfection of the couples' love: Help to attain holiness through each other. An irrevocable bond, established by God Himself, brought about through the mutual consent of the bride and groom. the two become one flesh. Get to take part in God's Creation through the procreation of children. It is still a sacramental marriage, and cannot be dissolved. Sacramental Matter Sacramental Form Ordinary Minister Extraordinary Minister Who Receives ...must be mentally and psychologically able to make important decisions. A hindrance or obstruction in doing something. ...under Divine Law: Related by blood. ...under Canon Law: ( ) Graces Received Marriage in God's Plan The Original Intent of Marriage The Fall Corruption of Marriage Due To Sin Marriage in the Old Covenant Old Covenant New Covenant Creation God created man in His image and likeness. God created man out of His love. God is a Trinity of loving relationships. Son Holy Spirit Marital Relationship Woman was given to man to be his "helpmate." Man and woman were created for one another. Their love is intended to be fruitful; just as God's love is fruitful. Therefore the bond between man and woman is unbreakable. ...the love of the Trinity. ...the love God has for man. The first consequence of this is that the relationship between man and woman became corrupted. Father The corruption of Marriage It provided protections for the wife from domination by the husband. of heart," God allowed men in the Old Covenant to divorce their wives. Love Love P A R A L L E L Completely gives himself Gives back all of herself Christ and the Church P A R A L L E L P A R A L L E L Married Couple A total love that has as its aim a deeply personal unity that leads to the formation of one heart and soul that is indissoluble and open to procreation. N P F The formation of new life through a married couple's cooperation with God and in response to their vocation. atural amily lanning The practice of engaging in sexual intercourse based on the woman's natural cycle to space births.