As many of you know, I’m a former mormon now enrolled in RCIA. I have a question about Catholic marriage and the type of relationship spouses on earth will have in heaven. I married my wife in an LDS temple and mormon teaching is that such a marriage is for time and eternity. That is, in the mormon view we will still be husband and wife in heaven. It’s my understanding that Catholic marriage is for time (please correct me if I’m wrong). What then will the relationship between spouses be like in heaven? This is important since I hope one day that my wife will follow me into the Catholic church and I need to offer her something to replace the traditional mormon view that she believes in and values. Once I’m baptized next Easter Vigil, the mormon teaching is that my wife and I will no longer be married eternally since I will have renounced those eternal blessings by becoming Catholic. I suspect the answer lies in the purpose of marriage as intended to bring children into the world and that in heaven the nature of our relationships will change since we will all be united in an eternal communion of love, all saints united with Jesus and that this will be more glorious and fulfilling than anything we can imagine, almost as if we will all be married to one another and all of us to Christ, if what I’m saying makes sense. Am I off base here? Any advice from married Catholics regarding what you expect your relationship in heaven to be like will be most helpful. Thanks so much!