can CLSS enrich your marriage?

YES, I firmly believe so! ^_^ Last May 8, on our 7th wedding monthsary, Labsie and I attended the 3-day Catholic Life in the Spirit Seminar (or CLSS) for 3 days. I thought it was great that we're doing something important to celebrate our monthsary rather than just eating out as per the usual =) CLSS is all about renewing your faith, healing your spirit (which is very helpful if you have negative family and relationship issues) and receiving the Holy Spirit. The event was held in St. Francis Xavier Major Seminary (REMASE), Catalunan Grande, Davao City and was organized by the Oasis of Love - Davao, a charismatic community where my parents have been members for several years.

Now, why do I believe that the Catholic Life in the Spirit Seminar enriches marriages and your other relationships? Because if it touched you and reconnected you with the Lord, you are now enabled to do the right Christian things -- to your spouse, parents, siblings and friends. It's been one week since Labsie and I had CLSS, and so far we are closer than ever to each other and to the Lord ^_^ As with all couples, we have problems with regards to "third parties", and my sweet hubby confided that he learned in CLSS (and from Bo Sanchez's book) a trick to keep his eyes from straying: he'll just imagine sexy women as MEN IN SKIRTS! LOL! I just hope he won't see ME as such, after all I'm a sexy gal! ;-)


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Davao City marriage license application

MARRIAGE LICENSE is requirement for either a Civil or Church wedding to be held in the Philippines. The Application Form for a marriage license must be secured at the Local Civil Registrar from the city, town or municipality where either the bride or the groom habitually resides. The personal appearance of those getting married is required in applying for a marriage license. These are the requirements:

1. NSO Birth Certificate: Certified True Copy required of each the contracting parties with the respective registry number.
2. Parents' Consent (for 18-21 years old) or Parent's Advice (for 21-25 years old) which is a written indication that the parents are aware of the couple's intent to marry.
3. Certificate of Attendance in a pre-marital counseling and family planning seminar conducted by the Division of Maternal and Child Health at the Municipal/City Hall in the same municipality or city where the contracting parties applied for the marriage license.
4. Please contact your Local Registrar for other requirements.

In Davao City, you apply for a marriage license here:
Office of the City Registrar
Ground Floor, Sangguniang Panglungsod Building
San Pedro St., Davao City
Tel.Nos.: +63(082) 227-5794 / 227-8060

After applying for the marriage license, it will be posted at the Local Registrar for 10-14 days, after which the marriage license will be issued. The license is valid for 120 days from date of issuance and may be used anywhere in the Philippines. This what the application for a marriage license looks like (click to enlarge):