Author: Congregation for the Doctrine of the FaithRead More
Fr. Paul Check, former executive director of Courage International, delivers an address during the Aug. 10-12, 2015 Truth & Love conference.
Author: Check, Fr. Paul
This book combines a search for truth with a hope founded on divine grace and God's ability to change the lives of each one of us. It is for people who have hope and for those who need hope.
Author: Waiss, Fr. John R.
August 26 2009Search for this Book
Join Host Michael Hernon, panelists Dr. Regis Martin and Dr. Scott Hahn, and special guest Fr. Paul Check, Executive Director of Courage International, as they clarify the Church's role in ministering to those experiencing same-sex attraction.
Author: Check, Fr. Paul; Hahn, Ph.D., Scott; Martin, Ph.D., Regis; Hernon, Michael
July 7 2015Watch Video
This is a cultural issue that will have serious consequences for generations to come. All thinking people must seriously consider the facts and the far-reaching implications of any change in legislation with regard to this issue.
Author: Schmitz, Fr. Mike
May 15 2014Read More
In this presentation delivered at Theology on Tap in Denver, Jason Evert discusses the Catholic Church's teachings on homosexuality, marriage equality, LGBT rights, and the call to love.
Author: Evert, Jason
March 16 2016Watch Video
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
Last year’s decisions by the state Supreme Courts of California and Connecticut ruling it unconstitutional to prevent same-sex couples from entering fully into a legal marriage got me thinking again of Alasdair MacIntyre’s remarkable 1981 book, After Virtue. In that work MacIntyre makes the persuasive case that our contemporary moral vocabulary is at root unintelligible and arbitrary in much the same way that the Polynesian taboo precepts were before King Kamehameha II abolished them in 1819.
Author: Christopher Oleson
January 1 2009Read More
There is no violation of civil rights in upholding the definition of marriage as it has stood since the beginning of our culture. The push for the redefinition of marriage is about government-enforced morality. It is about enshrining in law the moral equivalence of same-sex relationships to heterosexual relationships.
Author: Schmitz, Fr. Mike
TO THE QUESTION PROPOSED:
Does the Church have the power to give the blessing to unions of persons of the same sex?
Author: Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith
March 15 2021Read More
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
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
Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia and other Church authorities speak with the Register about how to discuss this sensitive issue in contemporary America
Author: Judy Roberts
April 24 2015Read More