We should encourage unmarried Catholics to be sexual.
The book is significant. But its significance comes not in what’s said, but who’s saying it.
There currently exists no set definition of “sexuality” from the Catholic perspective.
I don’t see anything wrong with two gay Christians going on dates, at least under official Catholic teaching (i.e. catechism).
This reading suggests that marriage does not “remedy” lust by curbing it, but by legitimizing it.
There are two readings of the catechism’s language on “homosexuality,” the theological-teleological reading and the Freudian-psychological reading. The problem is that nearly everyone adopts the latter.
The water of prestige is toxic, but we swim in it because we’re told it’s what we’re supposed to do.
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Embracing the person without fear is the necessary precondition for moral clarity.