My sister is getting married in October. The preacher her soon to be is wanting to use requires them to take these premarital classes. I personally think it is a good idea. Her, not so much. She thinks it is an invasion of privacy, which doesn't really make sense to me. Anyway, if you were or are married did you take these classes? Did they seem to be a waste of time?Answer Question
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In the Catholic Religion you are required to go to Pre-Cana classes. They are taught by married couples. You just sit there listen, partake in some chit chat. You don't have to say anything personal. They just talk to you about using natural birth control (rhythm method), raising your children to be Catholic, attending Church etc. & if you need to talk you can call them or sit down with a Priest any time. If you don't take the class you cannot marry in that Church.
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