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Tag: sexual ethics

Catholicism is Impossible

December 29, AD 2017 1 Comment
Catholicism is Impossible

Earlier this week a friend of mine shared an article on Facebook, written by Melinda Selmys of Catholic Authenticity on Patheos. In the blog she describes some of the challenges surrounding the use of NFP, particularly the issues that arise when the risk of an unintended pregnancy are so high as to be unacceptable, but […]

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What Should We Do?

December 17, AD 2012 1 Comment
What Should We Do?

We are soaked in blood. I am soaked in blood. There is so much blood everywhere we look, that we”ve stopped recognizing it. I”ve stopped recognizing it. I have not noticed its slow drip, drip, drip into my soul, choking out the love of God and neighbor that should be growing. Sowing instead seeds of […]

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Stand By Your Man

September 28, AD 2011 15 Comments
Stand By Your Man

Ladies, what would you say if …your boyfriend told you he masturbates? …your husband confessed his struggles with pornography? …your brother is actively unchaste? I have come to the understanding that many females are blissfully unaware of the sexual (and, thus, spiritual) struggles men encounter in daily life. If you think your special male is […]

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