Author: Harvey OSFS, Fr. JohnListen
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
Labels reinforce stereotypes and prejudices; they prevent us from accepting individuals and getting to know the real person.
Author: Scalia, Fr. Paul
June 13 2005Read 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
"By exchanging my incomplete homosexual identity for a more complete one, I received a joy, a freedom and a spiritual fulfillment that I had never known existed." National Catholic Register
Author: Darrow, Paul
Sexual orientation is a conceptual scheme with a history, and a dark one at that. It is a history that began far more recently than most people know, and it is one that will likely end much sooner than most people think.
Author: Hannon, Michael W.
March 2014Read More
It's so hard to put into words a human experience, which is not only made of ideas and words, but also of flesh and blood, sight, touch, more or less conscious insights.
Author: Marlin, Joseph
Dr. Savage delivers an address during the 2015 Truth & Love conference.
Author: Savage, Dr. Deborah
August 11 2015Watch Video
Andrew Comiskey, founder of the Desert Stream/Living Waters ministry, delivers an address during the 2015 Truth & Love conference.
Author: Comiskey, Andrew
August 11 2015Watch Video
A Pastoral Letter on the dignity of the human person and the dangers of pornography.
Author: Finn, Most Reverend Robert W.,
February 21 2007Read More
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
Bishop Loverde writes on the nature of the current threat of pornography, the arguments people use to rationalize it, and offers concrete counsel to all Christians.
Author: Most Reverend Paul S. Loverde, Bishop Emeritus of Arlington
March 19 2014Read More
Breaking Free will teach you how to give up porn, find accountability, look for accountability software, protect yourself against sexual addictions and sins, and prevent future problems that could destroy your marriage and family life.
Author: Wood, Stephen
June 13 2003Search for this Book