Many Catholics don’t accept the truth about marriage because they don’t accept—or even know—the truth about sex. It’s time to break silence and tell them the truth.
Reeva Steenkamp fell victim to Oscar Pistorius’ violent assault. But she fell victim first to feminism’s great lie: that casual sexual adventures empower women.
“Emergency contraception” dispensed from a vending machine is the perfect icon of our culture’s impersonal–and utilitarian–view of sex and reproduction.
At first glance, there’s nothing impressive about Laura Fotusky. Her soft, middle-aged figure, unremarkable cardigan, and dark, ‘80s-style hair capture the plain ordinariness of small-town America. Nothing chic or trendy here. But Laura grabbed headlines recently, standing tall to answer the call of conscience against the power of law. She resigned from her job as…
Facebook and sexting have produced a generation steeped in depersonalized sex and searching for the next narcissistic shot at popularity. How can we change that?
Their marriage lived because their attitude of heart carried them past the dangerous places where marriages die. Theirs is a mutual love that says, “I do things for him and he does things for me.”
Some experts say that married couples should freely indulge in sexual fantasies about “someone else.” But fantasies do more than hurt a spouse’s feelings, they destroy love.
Two studies, of sorts, made headlines last week. The first, by Australian researchers, says that personal choices, reflected in our priorities and goals, have the greatest impact on our long-term happiness. People who prioritize God, family and altruistic goals (e.g. helping the homeless, being generous, or volunteering) are more likely to find happiness than those…
Gillian St. Lawrence, a D.C. woman, fertile and married, chooses IVF and freezes her embryos for later so career, personal and financial goals are uninterrupted–but at what cost?
I shopped, weighed down by my own troubles. But the tragic losses of a fellow shopper reframed my own burdens. She gave me the gift of perspective, and the resilience that follows from that.