Author: Fr. Mike SchmitzRead 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
The Family Research Council's vision is a culture in which all human life is valued, families flourish, and religious liberty thrives.
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Teresa Tomeo speaks about engaging the media at the 2015 Truth and Love conference. Download to hear entire talk.
Author: Tomeo, Teresa
August 11 2015Listen
Testimony and practical tips for communication.
July 30 2015Watch Video
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People who want to be instruments of Christ's love to those who experience same-sex attraction (SSA) seek guidance on how best to do so. They need to listen to the stories of those who experience SSA and the stories of those who have accompanied them on their journeys. They also need to ground their responses in a genuine Christian understanding of the human person and of human sexuality.
Author: Smith, Janet E. and Check, Fr. Paul
August 31 2015Read More
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
Marriage is truly the most basic unit of society. Do we really believe that we can redefine it and it won’t do
something to every other element of society? That is short-sighted at best and foolish at worst. Whether it affects society for good or for ill is another issue. But what is not at issue is whether it will change anything for all of us.
Author: Fr. Mike Schmitz