Author: Harvey OSFS, Fr. JohnListen
Fr. John Harvey's commentary on the USCCB statement of November 14, 2006
Author: Harvey OSFS, Fr. John
December 2006Read More
The present Considerations provide arguments drawn from reason which could be used by Bishops in preparing more specific interventions, appropriate to the different situations throughout the world, aimed at protecting and promoting the dignity of marriage, the foundation of the family, and the stability of society, of which this institution is a constitutive element. These Considerations are also intended to give direction to Catholic politicians by indicating the approaches to proposed legislation in this area which would be consistent with Christian conscience.
Author: Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith
June 3 2003Read More
Porn thrives on shame and secrets. Covenant Eyes services are designed to help you overcome porn by monitoring your online activity and sending a report to a trusted friend who holds you accountable for your online choices.
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As pastors of the Catholic Church, we offer this statement to give a word of hope and healing to those who have been harmed by pornography and to raise awareness of its pervasiveness and harms.
November 17 2015Read More
We come together to join our voices on a more fundamental precept of our shared existence, namely, that human beings are male or female and that the socio-cultural reality of gender cannot be separated from one's sex as male or female.
Author: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
December 15 2017Read More
A call to fathers to affirm their children - even when they have never experienced affirmation from their own fathers - Crisis in Masculinity points the way to wholeness for men and the women in their lives.
Author: Payne, Leanne
December 1 1995Search for this Book
This article first appeared in Christian Research Journal, volume 27, number 03 (2004). In this article, Dallas explores the adverse effects of pornography on Christian communities.
Author: Dallas, Joe
The most challenging questions I’m asked when speaking about the Church’s teaching on homosexuality come from parents who desire to remain committed to the teachings of the Church, and yet have a child who has “come out” and identified as gay or lesbian. This is what I tell them.
Author: Mattson, Daniel
June 1 2013Read More
First, homosexuality is not a sin. The term “homosexuality” refers to the condition of being sexually attracted to members of one’s own gender. An attraction, even a same-sex attraction, is not sinful; it is simply a description of what is. Every one of us struggles daily with our attractions and desires.
Author: Schmitz, Fr. Mike
October 17 2015Read More
Hope in isolation. Courage in turmoil. Grace in the last place you expect.
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July 19 2014Read More
Rev. Paul Check, Executive Director of Courage International, describes a model of evangelization that combines compassion with truth and seeks the best interests of men and women struggling with same sex attraction: You will know the truth, and the truth will make you free. (Jn 8:32)
Author: Check, Fr. Paul
October 8 2014Read More
Homosexuality, which impedes the person’s acquisition of sexual maturity, whether from the individual point of view, or the inter-personal, is a problem which must be faced in all objectivity by the pupil and the educator when the case presents itself.
Author: Sacred Congregation for Catholic Education
November 1 1983Read Article