Three to Get Married

Marriage as a Sacrament
Length: 49 mins
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Publisher's Summary

In Three to Get Married, Archbishop Fulton Sheen discusses the five tensions that arise in our marriages, and how to resolve them in Christ. Learn the roots of the contradictory desires that threaten our relationships, and how they stem from expecting from our spouses the infinite love and utter intimacy that only Christ can provide. Remastered digital audio of a live sermon.

©1950 St. Joseph Communications (P)2012 Casscom Media

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Don't get the audiobook! It is not an audio recording of the text of Fulton Sheen's "Three to get Married", it is a talk given by fulton sheen on marriage. While the talk Fulton Sheen gives is good, it is not what I was looking to purchase This product is masquerading itself as if it were an audio recording of someone reading the text of the book On another note, I have purchased and read most the book version of this title, and it is amazing. I would highly recommend

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Wonderful but not the full book

Go into it knowing what it is and isn’t. It is two talks given by Archbishop Fulton Sheen that are part of his work “Three to Get Married.” It is not the whole book. His content is superb but for those looking for a traditional audiobook, this is not it.

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Two 20 Minute Talks, NOT a Book

As others have commented, this is not a book, but, rather, two 20 minute talks that have been put together. The audio quality is great, and Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen is his usual passionate self, but you can probably find these two talks on YouTube for free and only slightly lower audio quality.

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Only 2 chapters

I was so excited to use my free credit for this! I’ve had the book sitting on a shelf for almost a year!! I could have swore it said unabridged but apparently not! The book has 21 chapters and this is condensed down to 2!! Not worth the purchase!

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Wrong Book

This is not an audio book of Three to Get Married. This is a different marriage speech by Fulton Sheen. I wish I had known that sooner.

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Not from the book

While a good conference it is not an audio book of the same title.

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God and marriage go together

every person preparing to get married and every married person should listen to this it's wonderful

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Fantastic!

The Bishop is right on! If only people would understand the value and importance of true marriage we would live in a much better world.