Camino del Matrimonio

The daughter of a couple who participates in the Camino del Matrimonio marriage prep program smiles at her parents during the movement's 50th anniversary Mass, April 16, 2023.

Camino del Matrimonio

Loren and Luis Gonzalez pose with their daughter shortly before the start of Camino del Matrimonio's 50th anniversary Mass, April 16, 2023, in the chapel of St. John Vianney Seminary in Miami. The Gonzalezes were married five years ago and now serve as "table" or chat group coordinators at the Camino retreats.

MIAMI  |  Gabriel and Jennifer Cambert attended the Camino del Matrimonio retreat to prepare for their wedding almost 12 years ago.

Afterward, they started helping in the retreats, and have been much more involved for the past five years. They have worked in different areas as group coordinators, in the kitchen and now in administration, “serving in communications and public relations,” said Gabriel Cambert.

Camino del Matrimonio

This photo shows participants at the first Camino del Matrimonio retreat, held May 4 and 5, 1973. The movement was born to help young couples prepare for the sacrament of marriage.

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