If Pope Paul VI was alive today, he would have every right to look at the #MeToo movement and say, “I told you so.” And he did – 50 years ago when he issued papal encyclical, Humanae Vitae, which put forth the Church’s teaching on love and marriage and on the use of artificial birth control. Since that time it has been called everything from puritanical to completely out-of-touch. But one thing it’s rarely been called is exactly what it turned out to be - the truth.
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"Those whose hearts are pure are the temples of the Holy Spirit." - Saint Lucy
We invite you to participate in our #50ShadesofGrace Novena to pray against the potentially devastating impact of the "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie. This prayer campaign will begin on February 6th and end on February 14th, the Feast of St. Valentine, coinciding with World Marriage Day.To join this effort, just pick up your rosary beads and fervently pray the rosary every day for the intention of helping people embrace the gift of true intimacy versus the perversion of it that is so rampant in our culture today.Here are some helpful links to aid you in your participation in this Novena along with some other resources to work against the impact of the "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie.
- Join our St. Valentine Novena of Masses for Marriage.
- Click here to learn how to pray the rosary via EWTN.
- Support "Old Fashioned," an alternative movie that upholds virtue and God-honoring courtship, also opening on St. Valentine's Day.
- Say "no" to porn by joining the "50 Shades Boycott" here.
- Help someone who is struggling with pornography by sharing this book.
- Click here for free videos on the rosary, pornography addiction, and recovery from sexual abuse.
Guest Blog By Peter C. Kleponis, Ph.D.
In 2006, Bishop Paul Loverde published an eye-opening pastoral letter on the plague of pornography entitled Bought with a Price. This letter brought to light a serious epidemic that has affected millions of Catholics, yet few were willing to talk about. Thanks to Bishop Loverde, and many other Catholics who aren’t afraid to speak out about pornography, more people are willing to address this issue. We have the research that shows how destructive pornography is. We have effective ways to protect individuals and families. We have effective treatment programs for those who struggle with pornography addiction. Yet, even with all this progress, the pornography epidemic has only gotten worse. Because of this, Bishop Loverde has decided to update and republish Bought with a Price. He has chosen to release the document on March 19th, the Feast of St. Joseph, Protector of the Family.
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