Author: United States Conference of Catholic BishopsRead More
This article offers theological reflection on the author’s experience, initially as a celibate gay person and subsequently as someone who has chosen not to be defined as gay and who has married. It argues that faithfulness to the classic Christian teaching about sex and marriage is liberating rather than homophobic, and that the contemporary cultural tendency to conflate sexual desire with identity bears at least some of the blame for the gay experience of marginalisation. This conflation must be questioned. The article concludes by relating this to Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s critique of anthropocentric construals of ‘love’.
Author: Doherty, Sean
March 1 2014Read More
Breakout session at 2015 Truth and Love Conference in Michigan. Download for the entire talk.
Author: Comiskey, Andrew; Beck, Robin; Prever, Joseph
August 11 2015Listen
Labels reinforce stereotypes and prejudices; they prevent us from accepting individuals and getting to know the real person.
Author: Scalia, Fr. Paul
June 13 2005Read More
Fr. Paul Check, former executive director of Courage International, delivers an address during the Aug. 10-12, 2015 Truth & Love conference.
Author: Check, Fr. Paul
"By exchanging my incomplete homosexual identity for a more complete one, I received a joy, a freedom and a spiritual fulfillment that I had never known existed." National Catholic Register
Author: Darrow, Paul
Dr. Savage delivers an address during the 2015 Truth & Love conference.
Author: Savage, Dr. Deborah
August 11 2015Watch Video
Fr. Paul Check and Deacon Patrick Lappert MD, present on truth and the clarity of Catholic church teaching regarding homosexuality. Paul Darrow shares his personal testimony.
Author: Darrow, Paul; Lappert MD, Patrick; and Check, Fr. Paul
March 9 2015Watch Video
Andrew Comiskey, founder of the Desert Stream/Living Waters ministry, delivers an address during the 2015 Truth & Love conference.
Author: Comiskey, Andrew
August 11 2015Watch Video
This is the great story of God's mercy, not only freeing us from the burden of our sin, not only calling us to repent and be converted, but also, marvellously, making that conversion possible in our lives through His grace and presence with us always.
Author: Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster (UK)
May 10 2015Read More
Millions of people use the Internet compulsively. Internet Addiction Services estimates that 6 to 10% of Internet users are addicted.
Author: Gaultiere, Bill
February 16 2000Read More
Join Host Michael Hernon, panelists Dr. Regis Martin and Dr. Scott Hahn, and special guest Fr. Paul Check, Executive Director of Courage International, as they clarify the Church's role in ministering to those experiencing same-sex attraction.
Author: Check, Fr. Paul; Hahn, Ph.D., Scott; Martin, Ph.D., Regis; Hernon, Michael
July 7 2015Watch Video
Through low-cost resource distribution, media appearances, seminars, and social media, Chastity Project exists to promote the virtue of chastity so that individuals can see God, and be free to love (Matt. 5:8).
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