New North American Military Website for Worldwide Marriage Encounter Released

A new website designed to assist military couples has been created by Worldwide Marriage Encounter (WWME), the original faith-based marriage enrichment program. The website will provide military couples both in the United States and Canada with marriage enrichment information, it was announced today by Dave & Lucy Snyder and Fr. Camillus Gott, the WWME North American Military (NAMSO) ecclesial team.

“We are extremely pleased to unveil the WWME website directed at military couples and families serving in both the United States and Canada. The website’s link is and it is also directly connected to and will be listed shortly on the United States Catholic Conference Board (USCCB) website, the ecclesial team said.  The United States leadership team Tony & Sue Morris and Fr. Tom Ogg said they were thankful for the website unveiling and excited that military couples will be able to strengthen their marriages via WWME programs offered on or near their military bases., is an initiative of Worldwide Marriage Encounter to enrich, affirm and encourage military married couples in their relationships and families, and to offer the resources and support of an online network of Catholic military married couples of every age and every stage of married life.  The North American Military Services Outreach (NAMSO) began in 2001, when Bishop Jack Kaising of the Archdiocese of Military Services (AMS) approached WWME to consider an outreach to married military couples.

Worldwide Marriage Encounter recently celebrated its 50th anniversary and its presence in just under 100 countries makes it the largest pro-marriage movement in the world. In the United States, the movement is divided into regions based on geography and language (English, Spanish and Korean).