Author: Harvey OSFS, Fr. JohnRead More
Is it ethical to perform a surgery whose purpose is to make a male look like a female or a female to appear male? Is it medically appropriate? Sexual reassignment surgery (SRS) violates basic medical and ethical
principles and is therefore not ethically or medically appropriate.
Author: Richard Fitzgibbons, M.D., Philip M. Sutton, and Dale O'Leary
This revised, Catholic version offers spiritual and practical advice for both men and women seeking to live chastely in a world that glorifies sex. Eden offers tips to help readers avoid temptation and live faithfully—including dressing modestly, but not being afraid to feel good about the way they look; trusting that God has a plan for their life and relationships; and making sure their “yes” comes from the heart.
Author: Dawn Eden
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Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia and other Church authorities speak with the Register about how to discuss this sensitive issue in contemporary America
Author: Judy Roberts
April 24 2015Read More
At the heart of the problem is confusion over the nature of the transgendered. "Sex change" is biologically impossible. People who undergo sex-reassignment surgery do not change from men to women or vice versa. Rather, they become feminized men or masculinized women.
Author: Dr. Paul McHugh
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
Alan Finch's decision at 19 to become a woman - a decision supported by health professionals and his mother - took him on a journey from which he has discovered there is no sure way back.
Author: Christine Hogan
August 31 2003Read More
Transgender people who regret their sex changes typically get buried in venom rather than loved.
Author: Stella Morabito
November 11 2014Read More
News brief on the 2015 Rome Truth and Love conference
Some Suggestions for Responding Wisely to Another's Worrisome or Troublesome Behavior
Author: Sutton, Dr. Philip M.
April 2019Read More
Dr. Sutton's outline of his 2010 Annual conference presentation: Speaking the Truth in Love to the Experiences which Influence the Development - and Persistence - of SSA
Author: Dr. Phil Sutton
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