Author: Schmitz, Fr. MichaelSearch for this Book
"Who are you?" It’s fascinating how such a tiny sentence can carry such a weight of meaning.
Author: Bochanski, Fr. Philip
February 10 2015Read More
Important medical and psychological issues need to be considered before the educational, medical, political and judicial systems rush headlong into a process of affirming in youth and in their parents a fixed false belief that a person can be a sex that is not consistent with their biological and genetic identity and that such individuals have the right to transgender surgery.
Author: Fitzgibbons M.D., Rick
January 11 2015Read More
The American College of Pediatricians acknowledges the difficulties faced by children and families confronted with GID, and promote developmentally appropriate, evidence-based practices to support these children into late adolescence or young adulthood when resolution or treatment can be ethically supported.
Author: Van Meter M.D., Quentin (Principal Author)
March 14 2011Read More
The American College of Pediatricians urges healthcare professionals, educators and legislators to reject all policies that condition children to accept as normal a life of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex. Facts – not ideology – determine reality.
Author: American College of Pediatricians
September 2017Read More
Research that compares children in the care of homosexual couples with those with man-woman parents has begun to show substantial harm in psychological and developmental outcomes. This backgrounder briefly summarizes the major findings.
Author: Sullins, Ph.D., Fr. D. Paul
January 22 2015Read More
The issues relating to the difference between the sexes are not trivial ones, but indicate epochal shifts in culture and the spiritual history of humankind.
Author: Melina, Msgr. Livio
April 1 1998Read More
Dr. Consiglio offers practical strategies for those who want to reconcile their faith with their feelings.
Author: Consiglio, Dr. WIlliam
October 1 1991Search for this Book
Flaman argues that Jesus' example and teaching help us to focus on what is most important, including his call for us to: treat others the way we would like to be treated; respond to the real needs of others in loving others as he loves us; live according to the truth; take up our cross to find fullness of life; avoid sexual immorality; and forgive and be reconciled and healed.
Author: Flaman, Paul
October 31 2011Search for this Book
In this presentation delivered at Theology on Tap in Denver, Jason Evert discusses the Catholic Church's teachings on homosexuality, marriage equality, LGBT rights, and the call to love.
Author: Evert, Jason
March 16 2016Watch Video
With his extensive experience ministering to those with same-sex attraction, Fr. Harvey presents the Church’s teaching in an objective and pastorally-sensitive manner.
Author: Harvey OSFS, Fr. John
December 1 2007Search for this Book
The crux of Elizabeth Moberly's argument is that 'the homosexual condition involves legitimate developmental needs, the fulfilment of which has been blocked by an underlying ambivalence to members of the same sex'. But while the argument is certainly controversial, it involves a much-needed restatement of the traditional Christian distinction between the homosexual condition and its expression in homosexual activity.
Author: Moberly, Dr. Elizabeth R.
May 1 2006Search for this Book
All of us are afflicted by deficiencies, defects and disorders in our human nature as a result of the Fall, but no deficiency, defect or disorder comes to any one of us by chance. In every case, then, these things are crosses to be embraced for our own good and the good of others.
Author: Mirus, Dr. Jeff
September 3 2010Read More