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A country’s economy is determined by the quality of its marriages

Posted by Joseph on 7 July, 2013

 

A mother at home is of more use to the economy than her husband at work.

Don’t believe me? Watch this clip of Pat Fagan of the Family Research Council speaking at the recent World Congress of Families, and I’m sure you’ll agree!
I’ll run through his main points though, to summarise for you.

Fagan starts by saying that the quality of children, and so our future society, depends directly on the quality of the marriage of their parents – which affects the quality of their upbringing.

Fagan notes that society is made up of five facets: the family, church, school, the marketplace and government. The first three mentioned are the places that “grow the people” so to speak, and are closely interrelated. The last two areas of society are those into which people are set loose, once they’ve grown up: but the role that they play in these spheres of economy and government really depends on what happened in their experience of family, church and school. –

 

 

– See more at: http://www.mercatornet.com/family_edge/view/12371#sthash.DAZf8t4C.dpuf

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One Response to “A country’s economy is determined by the quality of its marriages”

  1. Thank you so much for the commendable work you do is keeping me/us up to date on all the concerns Family, Church, society etc. It is so heartening to know there are folks like you in the world and that we are not alone in our efforts to address all the injustices etc in family, school, Church etc. There are so many issues demanding out attention in our country and in the world. God’s choicest blessings. Sr. Maria .

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