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Radiating Jesus in Our Parishes, 5

This is my fifth and last commentary on The Church in America.

What can ordinary lay people do to make their parish one that truly radiates Christ? 345 more words

Morality

Virtuous Sex

One of the common objections we hear to using Natural Family Planning (“NFP”) is, “I want to be able to have sex whenever I want to, and the birth control pill allows me to do that.” 974 more words

Christian Living

"All my generation knew about human sexuality had been founded on a lie"

—from Something Other Than God by Jennifer Fulwiler, Ch. 33

All my generation knew about human sexuality had been founded on a lie. They had been told that there was no need to give a second thought to parenthood when they engaged in sex; they were encouraged to think of sex as being primarily about their own pleasure.

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Pro-Life

R-e-s-p-e-c-t

My wife Libby and I were married in the summer of 2003. The following spring we settled into a new job, and we moved from our little one bedroom apartment and into our first house. 861 more words

Christian Living

What's the Use?

In the last post, I recalled St. John Paul II’s first reason why natural family planning (“NFP”) differs from contraception. Namely, contraception speaks a “language” contrary to that of NFP. 613 more words

Morality

Celebrating NFP

Last week, Archbishop Naumann celebrated a Mass to commemorate the 46th anniversary of Pope Paul VI’s encyclical letter Humanae Vitae. Yes, I said celebrate… 812 more words

Encouragement

Is it Moral to Use Birth Control for Medical Reasons?

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