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Is there another possibility? Could we create Marriage Support facilities that operate in the same way as the Pregnancy Support facilities that offer another answer than abortion? Marriage Support facilities could do the same thing by offering couples the help they need to stay together. In many ways, the Church might be the perfect home for these facilities.
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Tribunal offices could incorporate the Conciliation Court model, summoning couples from the civil courts. At this time, spouses are typically directed to Catholic Charities, but this is not enough because the problem requires a blending of both legal and pastoral initiatives. Also needed are skillful practitioners who are trained in multiple fields.
Working with a dyadic relationship is much harder than working with one person individually. Not many practitioners can handle such a challenge without bringing their own biases into the work. By all appearances we are a nation that wants to defend traditional marriage, as evidenced by the number of state constitutional amendments that have passed.
Judy Parejko first learned about no-fault divorce while working as a family court mediator. She has spent ten years researching the origin, intent and implementation of this law and is the author of Stolen Vows: But when the power to address wrongdoing was lost, the meaning in the marriage promise was gone - stolen by those with a clear vested interest.
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The book describes the array of professions benefiting from high divorce rates. Dialogue on the unforeseen effects of this change in the law has deteriorated so badly that a tacit code of silence prevails which prevents any change. The result is that no substantial change in the law has taken place, other than a palliative measure in the form of Covenant Marriage, available in some states. But this token offering only serves again to divert attention from the enormous personal violation perpetrated on an unsuspecting public.
Stolen Vows lays out the plot from the time it first unfolded over thirty years ago, telling how one particular player "who had his own needs in mind" took charge of the process and delivered the final product. In the end, marriage was devalued to a mere piece of paper with signatures that meant nothing. The book predicts that the sleight-of-hand will soon face the light of day and the outrage that will build is likely to shake things up.
Other trusted institutions will soon join the list that keeps growing, which now includes the accounting profession and the Catholic Church.
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The purpose of Stolen Vows, a simple book that teaches its lessons using The Emperor's New Clothes as its model, is to inform about what is now going on - originally perpetrated in the name of "the public good". The book, which is self-published, was written by someone who worked on 'the inside' as a family court mediator and who faced defeat at the hands of those more powerful.
Stolen Vows tells her own story as well as the stories of spouses who faced the unchecked power of our justice system's agents. But the book is mostly about how an entire Kingdom was fooled by the tailors who said they were weaving a beautiful new cloth for the Emperor's new clothes. Bagwell , U.
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