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  • Guest Author

We have closed groups on Facbeook for men and women. The following was shared by James in the men’s group. He gave permission for us to share it here. Keep in mind that while James is addressing just men here, SA is also for women. I first heard about SA (Sexaholics Anonymous) when I was […]

  • Matt Fradd

Last year I had the honor of giving the opening keynote at the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Summit. This is a summit which brings together amazing people from all over the world who are fighting, in one form or another, sexual exploitation. At last years’ summit there were several hundred people in attendance from […]

  • Matt Fradd

If you haven’t yet subscribed to our podcast on iTunes, do can do that here. Today I chat with my friend Anon (not her real name) about how she discovered her husband was addicted to porn and then how she sought to help him be free from it and save her family. It’s a very […]

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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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