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Catholic Husband

You're not alone in the struggle to be a good husband. Marriage is one of the most complex and challenging things any man can undertake. It's a relationship that must grow, deepen, and adapt in a changing environment. The success of your marriage becomes even more critical when you have children. You're in the drivers seat. The choices that you make and the actions that you take can have a big impact of the quality of your marriage. You're not alone in your struggles and you can be the excellent husband that you were made to be.


Over 800 Unique Articles

Catholic Husband has been publishing since 2013. If you're ready to take your marriage to the next level and grow in your vocation, this is the blog for you.

Humble Service

Leading Your Family as a Stay-at-Home Dad

Life as a stay-at-home dad was nothing like I expected. In my early days, I had only one infant in my charge. Now, six years later, I have three. I’m busy from the moment I wake up until I go to bed. This is my best advice for dads. I lay out a philosophical understanding of fatherhood, along with all of the practical knowledge that you need to be successful. Let me help you be the stay-at-home dad that your family deserves.

The Transition

A Practical Guide to Engagement

Deciding whether or not to propose to Alison was one of the most difficult decisions that I’ve ever made. As it should be. Committing to spend the rest of your life in love and service is a momentous moment for any person, let alone a young person. The Transition is the book that will help you through this process. Too many couples fall apart because they spent more time planning their wedding than planning their marriage. You have one chance to build your marriage right from the start. Let me help you win Fiancé of the Year and build the foundation for a phenomenal marriage.

Grant Us Peace

Start building a habit of prayer, today.

When life gets busy, and on days when I’m falling behind on my to-do list, there are two types of activities that I’m likely to cut: exercise and prayer. Why is it that my first reaction is to cancel those activities that have the biggest impact on my life? If I neglect my physical or spiritual fitness long enough, I’m going to pay a price. The hardest thing about prayer is knowing where to start. Grant Us Peace is that easy first step.