Author: Most Rev. Michael F. Burbidge, Bishop of ArlingtonRead More
The idea that one’s sex is a feeling, not a fact, has permeated our culture and is leaving casualties in its wake. Gender dysphoria should be treated with psychotherapy, not surgery.
Author: Dr. Paul McHugh
June 10 2015Read More
Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse presents on the impact of the Sexual Revolution on the social structure of families in American today.
Author: Morse, Dr. Jennifer Roback
August 11 2015Listen
News brief on the 2015 Rome Truth and Love conference
As Christians, we are invited to define ourselves in a way that reflects more than one facet of our beings. We are persons first and foremost - who are all loved by God, regardless of our attractions, or the journeys we have taken thus far.
July 10 2013Watch Video
I think it is a mistake to view homosexuality as a gift, in and of itself. Those who identify as gay speak of the great gifts that supposedly flow from their homosexuality. But of course, any goods that are supposedly unique to homosexuality are common to man, and all that is good in man is the result of being made in the image and likeness of God.
Author: Daniel Mattson
July 27 2012Read More
The man or woman who decreased their eroticized attraction, or those who stopped acting out sexually and/or using pornography, or the person who stopped unhealthy co-dependent behaviors … all of this reflects change. We’re all works in progress…and miracles in the making.
Author: David F Prosen, LMHC
June 24 2014Read More
Catholic Answers has just published a resource titled "You Are Loved", that offers inspiration and hope for the countless individuals struggling to break free of pornography.
Author: Fr. Bochanski