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This paper, originally an address to medical students, considers the role of Catholic physicians as evangelizers, those who spread the message and values of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Author: Bochanski, Fr. Philip G.
February 1 2014Read More
The hardest thing for us to believe may be this: that God is good, even when things are not as they should be — for example, when someone we love is in difficulty, confused about the truth and perhaps acting on this confusion. But this parable reassures us that nothing falls outside of God’s providence or the reach of his grace.
Author: Check, Fr. Paul
November 7 2014Read More
This practical booklet explains the experience of same-sex attraction, examines the related moral issues, and offers sound pastoral guidance.
Author: Harvey OSFS, Fr. John
January 1 2007Read More
Before addressing same-sex attraction again, read this extraordinarily apt, fascinating and incomparably convenient book.
Author: Mirus, Dr. Jeff
October 14 2015Read More
Drawing on secular empirical research and the insights of mental health clinicians who adopt a Catholic anthropology, Dr. Lock looks at how the psychological sciences support the Catholic understanding of the human person and same-sex attraction. He examines how this research can be used to support various aspects of pastoral care.
Author: Lock, Dr. Timothy
August 11 2015Listen
Today we approach same-sex attraction with views grounded in social and biological scientific perspectives that are only partially supported by empirical findings.
Author: Jones, Stanton L.
February 1 2012Read More
Dr. Rick Fitzgibbons draws on his experience as a professor at the John Paul II Institute and his work with thousands of couples, to explain the teaching of John Paul II that the secret to self-giving is self-mastery, which in turn helps one to develop healthy, moral relationships with confidence.
Author: Fitzgibbons M.D., Rick
August 5 2011Watch Video
May I make two requests? Love me, but remember that you cannot be more merciful than God. It isn’t mercy to affirm same-sex acts as good. Don’t compromise truth; help me to live in harmony with it.
Author: Lloyd, Dr. Jean C.
December 10 2014Read More
Daniel Mattson, Fr. Steve Mattson and guest, Peter Herbeck, present on best practices regarding speaking to high school students and administrators on the issues surrounding homosexuality/same-sex attraction.
Author: Mattson, Daniel and Mattson, Fr. Steve
May 18 2016Listen
Saint John Paul II once said about Courage International, “Courage is doing the work of God.” Courage International strives to go forward, proclaiming the beauty and hope found in our Church’s teachings. It proclaims that chastity is not only possible, but can make our lives more meaningful, peaceful, and joy-filled once it is embraced and maintained. I have experienced it personally, and have seen the fruits of this in many Courage members. Now that I am back in the United States and reflecting on our beautiful grace-filled experience with Pope Francis on St. Peter’s Square, I see this as a personal confirmation that Courage International is most assuredly “doing the work of God.”
Author: David Prosen
October 19 2015Read More
Dan, Paul and Rilene speak with Fr. Paul Check, former Executive Director of Courage International, about their experiences which are showcased in the film Desire of the Everlasting Hills.
Author: Dan, Rilene, and Paul
April 2015Watch Video
This book is primarily meant for those homosexuality afflicted persons who seek practical advice in order to change, or, at least, to constructively and responsibly deal with it. It is written with their needs, anxieties, and weaknesses in mind, as Dr. Van den Aardweg has learned them during more than 30 years of therapy with homosexual persons.
Author: Gerard J.M. Van Den Aardweg
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