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The Chastity Project
Last edited 27th August 2013

Chastity Project believes that young people play a pivotal role in the new evangelization, and therefore invites them to launch chastity projects within their schools and churches to promote the good news of purity to their peers. As Pope Francis said, "Do you know what the best tool is for evangelizing the young? Another young person. This is the path to follow!" Those who minister to teens today have unlimited needs, but very limited budgets. Therefore, through low-cost resource distribution, media appearances, seminars, and social media, Chastity Project exists to promote the virtue of chastity so that individuals can see God, and be free to love (Matt. 5:8).


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Inaugural Newman Lecture: Sr Terese Auer O.P. Contraception Distorted Love
Last edited 19th August 2013

Sr Terese holds a Doctorate in Philosophy and she wrote and taught the Bioethics Curriculum for the Pope John Paul the Great high school, Dumfries, Virginia. She has taught philosophy and theology in high schools and colleges in Wisconsin, Nebraska, California, Ohio and Tennessee.

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Made for Each Other: Sexual Difference Essential to Marriage
Last edited 14th August 2013

“Made for Each Other,” the first video of the Marriage: Unique for a Reason series by the United States Catholic Bishops Conference, takes up these and other foundational questions about the meaning of marriage. Marriage is about love, but it’s about a unique love that only a man and a woman as husband and wife can give to each other.


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Jackie & Bobby - Here Comes the Bride
Last edited 12th August 2013

Here is the blog of a young Catholic guy (Bobby Angel) the night before he is going to get married. Jackie and Bobby have been blogging about their courtship from the beginning and we wish them all the happiness and blessings in the world.

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To Whom It May Concern - Letters to My Future Wife
Last edited 8th August 2013

Did you know that you don't have to wait till you’re married to start preparing for your future husband or wife? Pray for them now - even if you are single. Make small sacrifices offered as prayers to God for them. In this great article from, Brian Kissinger shares his own personal experience of why he started writing letters to his future wife... and the happy result that followed.


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Gays and the Catholic Church
Last edited 1st August 2013

A popular blogging deacon discusses misconceptions about Catholic teaching on homosexuality, in this video from Catholic News Service.

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Pope's Compassion for Gays Reflect Church's Teachings
Last edited 31st July 2013

Pope Francis's comments that "if someone is gay and he searches for the Lord and has good will, who am I to judge?" reflect the Church's teaching to treat all children of God with understanding, dignity, respect and compassion, says Father Anthony Percy, Rector of the Seminary of the Good Shepherd, Homebush.


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Marriage and Commitment: The Ring Makes a Difference
Last edited 16th July 2013

The rise in numbers of cohabiting couples in recent years could lead to the conclusion that being married does not make much difference: a supposition not supported by studies of couples.

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God’s Divine Design: The Church and Homosexuality
Last edited 9th July 2013

No matter how popular, or unpopular it is, the Church only wants the greatest good for all people. But why is the Catholic teaching on homosexuality the “greatest good?” Because it’s God’s plan for us, which can be found in natural law. It can be confusing though, and we know that you have a lot of questions. The Church teachings on homosexuality is an important topic to understand right now.


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Flirting 101: The Do’s and Don’ts for Girls
Last edited 3rd July 2013

So you’ve met a guy. What do you do next? Act interested? But you don’t want to come on too strong. Ignore him? But then he won’t know you’re alive. Knock him to the ground? No, that only works in first grade. So what’s a girl supposed to do when she meets a guy she’s interested in? Visit this great article from to read more.

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