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Is the Catholic Church Obsessed with Sex?

January 10, AD 2015 6 Comments
Is the Catholic Church Obsessed with Sex?

Without a doubt, the articles I write which attract the most feedback (positive or negative) are always those that discuss sexual morality and the Catholic Church. Nothing seems to raise the emotions of people more than knowing that the Catholic Church has an opinion on sex. And while it may seem that issues such as […]

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I’m Not Saving Myself for Marriage

November 17, AD 2012 13 Comments
I’m Not Saving Myself for Marriage

I’m not saving myself for marriage. First, I know no follower of Christ who thinks any of us can save ourselves. Secondly, to say “I’m saving myself” when you mean “I’m saving sex” equates who you are – and therefore your worth – with sex. But your worth is wrapped up in nothing except your […]

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Family Impact on Society by Deacon Antonio

September 8, AD 2012 2 Comments
Family Impact on Society by Deacon Antonio

Scott Hahn in his book “First Comes Love” cites the monumental work of Harvard University Professor, Carle C. Zimmerman’s entitled “Family and Civilization” which citation, I paraphrase in this article.  Zimmerman studied families in different societies throughout history.  He classified families in these societies into three categories:  the trustee family, the domestic family, and the atomistic […]

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