Author: United States Conference of Catholic BishopsRead More
Examining research from the biological, psychological, and social sciences, this report shows that some of the most frequently heard claims about sexuality and gender are not supported by scientific evidence. The report has a special focus on the higher rates of mental health problems among LGBT populations, and it questions the scientific basis of trends in the treatment of children who do not identify with their biological sex. More effort is called for to provide these people with the understanding, care, and support they need to lead healthy, flourishing lives.
Author: Drs. Paul McHugh & Lawrence Mayer
Fall 2016Read 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
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
In this treatise we will not consider so much the “why” of suffering, although we will touch on it briefly, but rather, acknowledge along with John Paul II that suffering in all its forms “seems to be, and is, almost inseparable from man’s earthly existence.”2 Since suffering is, has been, or will be a challenge we each face, we will look at suffering from the standpoint of Redemption and examine reasons for understanding and accepting suffering’s “redemptive” value.
Author: Michelle Willis
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
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