When spouses lose faith, sticking together is hard

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(RNS) Kylee Duff, left, watches two of her children, Jonah, 5, and Mikell, 7, play with her husband Matt before Matt takes them to church, Sunday, February 3, 2013. The Duffs were married in the temple and living happy, Mormon lives until about this time last year, when Matt began to question his faith.  RNS photo by Scott Sommerdorf/The Salt Lake Tribune

(RNS) Kylee Duff, left, watches two of her children, Jonah, 5, and Mikell, 7, play with her husband Matt before Matt takes them to church, Sunday, February 3, 2013. The Duffs were married in the temple and living happy, Mormon lives until about this time last year, when Matt began to question his faith. RNS photo by Scott Sommerdorf/The Salt Lake Tribune

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(RNS) Kylee and Matt Duff were the picture of Mormon happiness until Matt began to question his beliefs. Some couples, like the Duffs, can survive a loss of faith, but for others it means the loss of a marriage. By Peggy Fletcher Stack.