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Human Sexuality in the Catholic Tradition

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Contemporary culture provides conflicting and confusing messages about the meaning and purpose of human sexuality, and often sex education that is offered often does not promote a mature, integrated understanding of sexuality. Human Sexuality in the Catholic Tradition meets the great need for pastoral guidance in addressing moral issues of sexuality in both the Church and ...more
Paperback, 233 pages
Published March 6th 2007 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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Haven't read all - but most - am finished with reading it for my class at Fordham. Very good - some of the essays were to 'liberal' for my taste, but others were right on the mark. I recommend anyone who really wants to understand how the church really views sexuality. Keep in mind this is not just about 'sex' but about our human sexual identity in context with a Christian life.
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