Christopher West reflects on the Christian approach to the body. For more information on the Cor (ie the 'heart') Project or to subscribe visit. The Cor Project [vsw id="r3axVpSxlSk" source="youtube" width="425" height="344"
Recently, we came across this quote from Simone Weil, a 20th Century French philosopher, Christian mystic and political activist. "God and humanity are like two lovers who have missed their rendezvouz. Each
Christopher West | The Cor Project | More: here “Why won’t you have sex with me?” she pleaded. “I want to learn to love you in the right way,” he responded with
Ron Rolheiser, OMI | Full article: here [gdlr_quote align="center" ]God is not, first of all, a formula, a dogma, a creedal statement, or a metaphysics that demands our assent. God is a flow of
This article first appeared in Patheos and is republished here with the permission of the author. Note: The following article deals frankly with sexual topics Unless you’ve been living under a rock,
CathFamily - February 2015 edition features the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
By Bernard Toutounji (Foolish Wisdom) Without a doubt, the articles I write which attract the most feedback (positive or negative) are always those that discuss sexual morality and the Catholic Church. Nothing
Last month Pope Francis seemed to shock the world by marrying twenty couples in a ceremony at St Peter’s Basilica. Aside from the fact that Popes don’t get the opportunity to preside
People call a lot of relationships ‘marriage’. Everything from cohabitation (common law marriage) to civil contracts (secular marriage) to the Judeo-Christian concept of covenant. In a Christian marriage there is a desire
Re-posted with permission by Agi Reefman Ok, so I’ll be honest. I don’t actually know if this is the shortest summary ever – I haven’t looked up every single summary of TOB to