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A new mother’s advice to a young woman

Dear Millennial Woman, I did not think I would ever be a biological mother. This didn’t bother me; I was too busy anyway and much too afraid of the sheer pain of it all. I winced to hear the word “labor” in connection with childbirth. But love won me over. It started with my need … More → The post A new mother’s advice to a young woman appeared first on For Your Marriage.
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Marriage Readiness

Having a successful marriage means more than FINDING the right person. It means BEING the right person. Sometimes, the FINDING part is easier. You can go to places where singles congregate. You can join clubs, pursue hobbies, or become active in religious or civic organizations. With any luck, you’ll meet the one you consider Mr. … More → The post Marriage Readiness appeared first on For Your Marriage.
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Marriage Retreat 2018: “Marriage: School of Life and Love”

Day One: Marriage is a School of Life Breaking Open the Theme For those called to the vocation of marriage, it is a school of life. Marriage teaches us about ourselves and others, how to make and maintain good relationships, how to develop character and virtue, and how to love those God gives us as … More → The post Marriage Retreat 2018: “Marriage: School of Life and Love” appeared first on For Your Marriage.
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Church Teachings

Is it true that an annulment does not affect the legitimacy of a married couple’s children? Or that Natural Family Planning can be an effective method for regulating the number and spacing of children? (The answer to both questions is “YES.”) Many couples wonder what, exactly, the Catholic Church teaches about important moral issues, like: … More → The post Church Teachings appeared first on For Your Marriage.
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Catholic Marriage FAQs

Why does the church teach that marriage is a sacrament? The sacraments make Christ present in our midst. Like the other sacraments, marriage is not just for the good of individuals, or the couple, but for the community as a whole. The Catholic Church teaches that marriage between two baptized persons is a sacrament. The … More → The post Catholic Marriage FAQs appeared first on For Your Marriage.
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“School” Day Seven: Marriage as a Domestic Church

Breaking Open the Theme “In humble obedience then to her voice, let Christian husbands and wives be mindful of their vocation to the Christian life, a vocation which, deriving from their Baptism, has been confirmed anew and made more explicit by the Sacrament of Matrimony. For by this sacrament they are strengthened and, one might … More → The post “School” Day Seven: Marriage as a Domestic Church appeared first on For Your Marriage.
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“School” Day Six: Marriage Lives by God’s Law of Love

Breaking Open the Theme “Married love particularly reveals its true nature and nobility when we realize that it takes its origin from God […] Marriage, then, is far from being the effect of chance or the result of the blind evolution of natural forces. It is in reality the wise and provident institution of God … More → The post “School” Day Six: Marriage Lives by God’s Law of Love appeared first on For Your Marriage.
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“School” Retreat Day Five: Marriage Reflects God’s Love

Breaking Open the Theme “God who created man out of love also calls him to love the fundamental and innate vocation of every human being. For man is created in the image and likeness of God who is Himself love. Since God created him man and woman, their mutual love becomes an image of the … More → The post “School” Retreat Day Five: Marriage Reflects God’s Love appeared first on For Your Marriage.
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“School” Day Four: Marriage is a School of Love

Breaking Open the Theme “It is a love which is total—that very special form of personal friendship in which husband and wife generously share everything, allowing no unreasonable exceptions and not thinking solely of their own convenience. Whoever really loves his partner loves not only for what he receives, but loves that partner for the … More → The post “School” Day Four: Marriage is a School of Love appeared first on For Your Marriage.
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Natural Family Planning

What does the Catholic Church teach about married love? Marriage is an intimate, lifelong partnership in which husbands and wives give and receive love unselfishly. The sexual relationship expresses their married love and shows what it means to become “one body” (Genesis 2:24) and “one flesh” (Mark 10:8, Matthew 19:6). The sexual union is meant … More → The post Natural Family Planning appeared first on For Your Marriage.
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ROGA USA 2015 Reunion
Every summer ROGA USA holds  it annual reunion for alumnae and family around North America. The purpose is to provide an annual social event that will provide alumnae the opportunity to connect with old classmates, develop networking opportunities and discuss how we can give back to our Alma Mater. Next reunion will take place in Fleming Island, Florida. Save the Date for 2019 Reunion. May 3rd - 5th, 2O19. Stay tuned for updates.

School History
Reagan Memorial Baptist Girls’ Secondary School was founded in 1941 by the Southern Missionary Board, USA. It is located at 29 Commercial Avenue, Yaba Lagos, Nigeria. It started as a primary school in 1948 when the girls were transferred to the present site in the third year. The school was named in honor of Ms. Lucille Reagan, a missionary who wanted the idea of having a separate Baptist high school for girls. Ms. Reagan passed away of yellow fever in 1936. Ms. Cora Ney Hardy was the first principal. The first African principal was Ms. Adeola Adegbite.

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