Author: Harvey OSFS, Fr. JohnListen
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
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
Catholic Answers has just published a resource titled "You Are Loved", that offers inspiration and hope for the countless individuals struggling to break free of pornography.
Author: Fr. Bochanski