A survey of American Catholic couples by the Lenawee Center for Pastoral Research at St. Andrew’s University of the Ozarks found that less than two percent of husbands and wives ever read and discuss the Bible together.
“Even among couples where both spouses read the Bible individually, only one in twenty read it together,” reported Sr. Therese...
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