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Coming To A Boil - JAMES HITCHCOCK

Sometime in the 1970’s enlightened opinion decided that homosexuality was no longer even a discussible issue, except insofar as discussion was directed at furthering the homosexual agenda.  Read more...

Comprehensive Abstinence Education - Jennifer Roback Morse

The running dispute between abstinence education and comprehensive sex education flares up at least once a year around budget request time.  Read more...

Compromises on Love - Dr. RICHARD WETZEL, M.D.

Having discussed the primary reasons for the failure of the sexual revolution, let us now begin a tour of the most important topics related to sex.  Read more...

Concupiscence in the West-Schindler Debate - David Delaney & Janet E. Smith

The ongoing Theology of the Body debate between Christopher West and his critics is an important one.   Read more...

Condoms and reproductive health - a reply to Genuis and Genuis - K. Ault, R. Ness, S.J. Genuis & S.K. Genuis

Does correct use of the condom reduce the risk of STDs? The authors — responding to the article “Managing the sexually transmitted disease pandemic: A time for reevaluation” — argue yes. Genuis and Genuis reply convincingly that it is not an effective preventative intervention.   Read more...

Condoms vs. Abstinence - Steven Mosher

Over the past twenty years, HIV/AIDS prevention programs have centered on the large-scale distribution of condoms. These have been combined with “safe sex” propaganda campaigns aimed at convincing the public that putting a layer of latex between sexual partners can guarantee protection against infection by the HIV/AIDS virus.  Read more...

Congress Hears Testimony That Condoms Do Not Prevent Some STDs - Culture of Life Foundation

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported to the US Congress last week that condoms are not generally effective in preventing the spread of some sexually transmitted diseases.   Read more...

Conjugal Intimacy - Marshall Fightlin

Although at the wedding ceremony, the man gives up his absolute autonomy, the impulses to act like a single man are still there. It becomes the daily task of the husband to “mortify” these impulses to act like a single man, and to continue to act like a married man, concerned with his wife.  Read more...

Considerations Regarding Proposals to Give Legal Recognition to Unions Between Homosexual Persons - Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith

This document explains the reasons for the Church's firm opposition to the legal recognition of same-sex "marriage," and reminds Catholic politicians of their obligation to oppose such measures.  Read more...

Contraception: Why Not? (revised) - Janet E. Smith

Janet Smith explains why the Catholic Church keeps insisting, in the face of the opposite position held by most of the rest of the modern world, that contraception is one of the worst inventions of our time.  Read more...

Contraception—the Bitter Pill - George Sim Johnston

We tell our restive audience that what they are about to hear is counter-cultural. What we have to do is persuade them that getting rid of their pills and diaphragms will actually make them happier.  Read more...

Contraceptive Contradictions - Father Tadeusz Pacholczyk

The Catholic Church remains almost a lone voice in our age defending the view that contraceptive sexual activity in marriage is wrong.   Read more...

Contraceptive References in the Bible - Fr. William Saunders

In explaining the Church's teaching about contraception, many people mistakenly think that this teaching is relatively new, something which occurred with Humanae Vitae in 1968.  Read more...

Contraceptives Diminish Marital Union (part 3) - Fr. William Saunders

Recall that in two previous issues, we have examined our belief concerning the Sacrament of Marriage and the beautiful expression of marital love, which is both unitive and procreative. Both dimensions are intrinsically good and inherent to the act of marriage. Consequently, in marital love, one cannot separate the unitive from the procreative dimension.   Read more...

Contraceptives Show Grave Consequences - Fr. William Saunders

In the 1960s, the Church faced increasing pressure regarding the use of contraceptive means with the marketing of the anovulant pill. In response, Vatican Council II stated in Gaudium et Spes, "In questions of birth regulation, the sons and daughters of the Church, faithful to these principles, are forbidden to use methods disapproved of by the teaching authority of the Church in its interpretation of the divine law (No.51).  Read more...

Conversion, Not Condoms: Pope Benedict on Condoms in the Light of the World - Janet Smith

It's news all over the world that the Holy Father – in a new book by Peter Seewald – has said that condoms may be used in certain circumstances. But that's not what he said. What did he say and what does it mean?  Read more...

Courage and Encourage - Fr. John Harvey

Courage is the Catholic Church's only pontifically approved ministry which is specifically committed to providing spiritual support for persons with same-sex attraction who are striving to live chastely, offering help to grow in understanding with others toward living more fully the Church's teachings.  Read more...

Culture change in the Church - Father Raymond J. de Souza

There has been much advice given to the Catholic Church in regard to the sexual abuse scandals. There are, though, only two real options. The Church can become more Catholic, or less Catholic.  Read more...

Culture of Vice - ROBERT R. REILLY

As society justifies personal moral disorders, it threatens its own survival.  Read more...

Dealing with Addictions to Pornography - Fr. William Saunders

My spouse has a problem with pornography, but denies it is a sin. I need to understand better this issue. What religious teachings or argument can I use to help?  Read more...

Dear Abby — Here's Some Advice - Warren Throckmorton

Recently, Dear Abby posted a letter from a mother whose 14 year old daughter disclosed that she was attracted to girls.  Read more...

Deflating the New York Times Condom Scoop - George Weigel

No, the pope did not change Catholic teaching on condoms.  Read more...

Designed for Sex - J. Budziszewski

What we lose when we forget what sex is for.  Read more...

Desires Run Not Before Honor - Anthony Esolen

For Shakespeare, chastity is as near to an absolute value as it is possible for a virtue to be. But the acid test is not so much his exaltation of chaste young women and faithful wives, as his surprising admiration for male chastity, and the severity with which he treats sins against it.   Read more...

Dietrich von Hildebrand, Catholic Philosopher, and Christopher West, Modern Enthusiast: Two Very Dif - Alice von Hildebrand

It is a joy to praise a great book or author; it is a grief and duty to criticize a bad one.   Read more...


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