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Tobias and Sarah's story is from the Book of Tobit, and his journey is guided by Saint Raphael.
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If a pun, my answer is Latin...in the Extraordinary Form.
It doesn't matter the Rite to me, just so she's the right one. Thank you, thank you, I'll be here all night. Please tip your waiter/waitress.
Actually, I am a bit partial to Maronites, but then again I have a weakness for Lebanese women. *l*
The Sunday Visitor’s Catholic Encyclopedia entry on "Love" defines it as:
[A]ny strong affection, closeness, or devotion to things or persons. The Greeks distinguished four types of love: storge, philia, eros, and agape. Storge, familial love, is a word for the bond that exists between one who loves and persons, animals, and the things that surround him. It is compatible with quite a bit of taken-for-grantedness or even of hatred at times. Philia pertains to friends, freely chosen because of mutual compatibility and common values. Eros is passion, not only of a sexual nature, but also of an aesthetic or spiritual nature, for what is conceived of as supremely beautiful and desirable. Agapic love is manifested when one person has much to give to another more needy. It is generous self-donation without concern for reward. Such distinctions become especially important in discernments about marriage, because the strength of eros love may blind one to the absence of the types of love needed to experience a good Christian bond that, with God’s grace, can endure "till death do us part."
I'm an old man, but I knew real love once upon a time. I hope a really lucky, good young Catholic man finds you some day soon.