Fr. Wickens outlines the principles of Catholic marriage in a succinct yet dignified and insightful manner that will both tickle the reader's funny bone and soberly enlighten and inspire him with the reasonableness, practicality and holy purpose of the institution of marriage as it was created by God. Written completely from the traditional Catholic perspective that recognizes the primary purpose of marriage as the procreating and raising of children.
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The Rev. Father Paul A. Wickens was an American priest and author of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Born in 1930 at Newark, New Jersey, he received his education from the St. Rose of Lima parish school and Seton Hall Prep University. After discovering his vocation to the priesthood and entering the Immaculate Conception Major Seminary in Darlington, he received Holy Orders in 1955. Known as the "Hammer of Heretics", he also found the time to author such works as Christ Denied and Husband and Wife, the former of which was published by TAN in 1982. Father Wickens died in the July of 2004.
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Book Description TAN Books and Publishers, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110895556456