Author: Schmitz, Fr. MichaelSearch for this Book
The hardest thing for us to believe may be this: that God is good, even when things are not as they should be — for example, when someone we love is in difficulty, confused about the truth and perhaps acting on this confusion. But this parable reassures us that nothing falls outside of God’s providence or the reach of his grace.
Author: Check, Fr. Paul
November 7 2014Read More
Includes titles on anthropology, spirituality, homosexuality, chastity & sexual wounds.
Author: Check, Fr. Paul
It is a case in point: our culture considers romance novels to be a harmless hobby, almost like scrapbooking. No wonder that many female readers of these books do not even recognize that they are addicted to pornography, or that these books are twisting their brains in the same way that visual pornography is debilitating their husbands.
Author: Singh, Lea Z.
July 21 2016Read More
Before addressing same-sex attraction again, read this extraordinarily apt, fascinating and incomparably convenient book.
Author: Mirus, Dr. Jeff
October 14 2015Read More
Drawing on secular empirical research and the insights of mental health clinicians who adopt a Catholic anthropology, Dr. Lock looks at how the psychological sciences support the Catholic understanding of the human person and same-sex attraction. He examines how this research can be used to support various aspects of pastoral care.
Author: Lock, Dr. Timothy
August 11 2015Listen
Youth have the right to be provided with accurate medical and psychological knowledge about homosexuality by pediatricians, mental health professionals, school counselors, educators and parents. Presently, well-organized attempts are under way to attempt to block youth from being given both the appropriate scientific knowledge, and informed consent about: same-sex attractions, gender identity disorder, transsexual issues, the psychological needs of a child for father and mother, and marriage.
Author: Fitzgibbons M.D., Rick
May 21 2012Read More
Renowned scholars in scripture, dogmatic and moral theology, philosophy, canon and civil law, pastoral theology, and psychology and psychiatry address the many aspects of the subject with care, sensitivity, and clarity.
Author: Harvey OSFS, Fr. John and Bradley, Gerard V. (Editors)
June 15 2003Search for this Book
This book was created out of Bob Davies' personal and professional experience and out of Anita Worthen's struggle with her son over these issues. Also drawing on experiences of others, the authors will help you handle your feelings while responding appropriately to your loved one.
Author: Worthen, Anita and Davies, Bob
June 23 1996Read More
Daniel Mattson, Fr. Steve Mattson and guest, Peter Herbeck, present on best practices regarding speaking to high school students and administrators on the issues surrounding homosexuality/same-sex attraction.
Author: Mattson, Daniel and Mattson, Fr. Steve
May 18 2016Listen
In his powerful audio presentation, Taking Down Goliath, popular speaker, Matt Fradd, uses his infectious and engaging speaking style to help you with five strategies to get porn out of your life.
Author: Fradd, Matt
Although Enright is a devout Christian, this model is essentially psychological - and philosophical - rather than religious or spiritual. The Enright model recognizes the religious mandate that to flourish spiritually, persons need to give - or request and receive - forgiveness when appropriate. In the service of this need, the model encourages those trying to forgive or be forgiven to use whatever spiritual and religious inspiration and resources are personally meaningful. But the model offers guidance for how anyone- whether their primary motivation is religious, moral or psychological - may cooperate with the fundamental, universally human, psychological process of forgiveness.
Author: Philip M. Sutton, Ph.D
While it has gained the support and interest of many, the book is primarily intended for mental health professionals and educators. However, the book is reader-friendly and can also serve as an indispensable guide for clergy, lay counselors, mentors, friends and especially family members of women with same-sex attraction. And lastly, but perhaps most importantly, this book is dedicated to and for the women who are looking for greater understanding into their lives. The Heart of Female Same-Sex Attraction has gained international recognition and is being translated around the world.
Author: Dr. Janelle Hallman
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