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By Anastasia Northrop “Hi, my name is Anastasia. And I’m single.” No, I haven’t started attending a “Singles Anonymous” group, but sometimes I wonder if we ought to start one in the Church. As the eldest of nine children, I grew up thinking I would automatically meet Prince Charming and be married by my mid-20’s, with […]
By Anonymous Pornography saved me. And my marriage. And eventually even my husband. For real. Maybe I’m crazy. There were a lot of days in the past three years that I was sure I was crazy. There were a lot of days I could hardly get myself out of bed, much less be an adult […]
By Fr. Sean Kilcawley, STL I have always loved technology. When I was a cadet at West Point, we all had to pick an engineering track, and I chose computer science. So I was one of the first of my peers to get a smartphone and among the first to learn to jailbreak it. I […]
Fr. Sean Kilcawley speaks on Pastoral care on sexual identity & gender issues at the Catholic Youth Ministry Training Convention in Scottsdale, AZ.
This four-day in-depth training provides education from both theological and psychological perspectives. Priests are given a crash course in theological anthropology, the science of addiction, relationships, and the different levels of intervention to help others to break free and heal from the devastating effects of pornography on marriages and families. Priest who complete this training […]
Monday, June 18, 2018 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM (PT) Fr. Sean Kilcawley – The Nature and Scope of the Pornography Problem (Priests) Ocean Shores Convention Center – Ocean Shores, WA Tuesday, June 19, 2018 9:30 AM – 11:20 PM (PT) Fr. Sean Kilcawley – Pastoral Approaches (Priests) Ocean Shores Convention Center – Ocean […]
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How do I as a priest address porn from the pulpit? I don’t want to scandalize the young and innocent.
Addressing pornography, and all sexual sin, from the pulpit is definitely a daunting task. As priests, we stand in the tension between proclaiming the truth about the danger to souls posed by pornography and the fear of scandalizing those who are innocent. Sometimes we can even fail to teach the truth because we fear teaching people to sin. However, we also must acknowledge the fact that we live in a pornified culture, and our young people are often not as…
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