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  • Fr. Sean Kilcawley
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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 […]

  • Dr. Peter Kleponis
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The largest single population of Internet pornography users is teenagers between the ages of 12 and 17. It’s no wonder that more and more boys are becoming addicted to it. However, the good news is, you can have a tremendous influence in their lives that will help them reject porn and avoid becoming addicted. As […]

  • Dr. Peter Kleponis
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People often ask me for a broad overview of the recovery process. I view recovery as a three tiered process: Sobriety, Inner Healing, and Transformation. Sobriety Being sober means no longer using the substance to which you were addicted—pornography. Many people rate their success by the number of days, weeks, months or years of sobriety. […]

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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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