Pope Francis is encouraging married couples to seek help and always remember three key words in a marriage: “please, thanks and sorry.”
Francis penned a letter to married couples that was released on Sunday, a Roman Catholic feast day commemorating Jesus’s family.
It came halfway through a yearlong celebration of the family announced by The Pope that is due to conclude in June with a big rally in Rome.
In the letter, Francis said lockdowns and quarantines had forced families to spend more time together.
However he noted that such enforced togetherness at times tested the patience of parents and siblings alike and in some cases led to difficulties.