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Is hiking revelation ( 1914 trio with on great finance make and Maxims for Promoting Matrimonial Happiness, 1730 the family! and promote it as the basic cell of human society; nurture it as the prime sanctuary of life. Give great care to the preparation of engaged couples and be close to married couples, that they be for their children and the whole community eloquent testimony of God's Pope II, 2001 If we are serious about renewing fatherhood, we must be serious about renewing marriage. Healthy marriages are not always possible. But we must remember, they are incredibly important for children. Our hearts know this and our nation must recognize this. None of us is perfect. And no marriage and no family is perfect. After all, we all are human. Yet, we need fathers and families precisely because we are human. We all live, it is said, the shelter of one another. And our urgent is one of the oldest hopes of humanity, to turn the hearts of children toward their parents, and the hearts of parents toward their W Bush, 7 There is a saying social research, ‘A mother is a mother all of your life, but a father is a father only when he has a wife,' Sears, chief justice of the Supreme Court President W. Bush has proposed, as part of welfare reform reauthorization, the creation of a pilot program to promote healthy and stable marriage. Participation the program would be strictly voluntary, and funding would be small-scale: $300 million per year.. The collapse of marriage is the principal cause of child poverty the United States. Overall, some 80% of -term child poverty the United States is found among children from broken or never-formed families. Rector, 2003 The effects of the decline of marriage on society are striking. The failure of parents to and stay married leads to more crime, poverty, mental health problems, welfare dependency, failed schools, blighted neighborhoods, bloated prisons, and higher rates of single parenting and divorce the next generation. There are other causes of these social problems, of course, such as economic dislocations and the decline of civic life and social responsibility the United States, As the family goes, go the children. Moynihan Marriage orients men and women toward the future, asking them not just to commit to each other but to plan, to earn, to save, and to devote themselves to advancing their children's prospects. Moynihan When almost 70 percent of children a given community are born outside of marriage that's a tsunami blocking the intergenerational accumulation of human and social capital. far, the silence about the issue among our leaders is deafening. Gallagher, Nov 2007 All children have the right to live a two-parent, married family. Talk about a Head Start Program it's the kids with married parents that get the real head start. When the family collapses, it is the children that are usually damaged. When it happens on a massive scale, the community itself is crippled. Parents have this advantage over us. We want to believe them. And even when we 't believe them, we want to be with them. We cannot renew our country when, within a decade, more than half of our children be born into families where there is no marriage. Eleven years as governor has not made me expert marriage nor has 30 years of marriage made me expert. But 11 years as governor has made me somewhat of expert on what happens when families fail. If you are married you are generally healthier, you have fewer emotional difficulties, your children are more likely to graduate from school and less likely to be involved deviant behavior. Gov Leavitt, Utah I think the gulf between liberals and conservatives on family issues is closing. What we agree on is that there is a problem. Our children are not doing 'family' ways that are going to promote the well-being of our grandchildren. What's not clear is what are we going to do about it? Mincy, 2002 The increase single-parent families-mostly due to unwed motherhood the past few decades-accounts for virtually all of the increase child poverty since 1970. Isabelle Sawhill, congressional testimony, 1999 Successful treatment of domestic violence must