Matt Fradd of chastity.com discusses the power of the sacrament of reconciliation. Regardless of one's past, Matt explains that God's mercy awaits all of us.
Crystalina Evert, co-author of "How to Find Your Soulmate without Losing Your Soul," shares with the viewer a personal and powerful letter through which God speaks to the heart of every woman. Let's make a commitment to fight for real love this Valentine's Day!
Jason Evert, co-author of "How to Find Your Soulmate without Losing Your Soul," offers encouragement to women who may feel as if the decisions they've made in the past will doom them to a loveless future. He encourages them to raise their standards and reclaim their dignity, unafraid to hope again.
Crystalina Evert, co-author of "How to Find Your Soulmate without Losing Your Soul," shares her powerful conversion story, and encourages other women to allow Christ to transform and heal them as well.
Jeff Bethke (Why I Hate Religion, But Love Jesus) is back and this time he is talking about Marriage and how it is struggling in today's society with divorce, adultery, lust and an unrealistic understanding of marriage.
Jason Evert, author of "How to Find Your Soulmate without Losing Your Soul" appears on TV to discusses how to talk to teenagers about chastity, sex, and the teachings of the Catholic Church.
It was here, in St. Peter's square, that John Paul II began his lectures on the Theology of the Body. Through a series of reflections, he talked about the body in all its dimensions-from the physical to the spiritual, theological and cultural. For many it was a surprise to hear the pope openly talk about sexuality. Watch this video for more!
What is Love? We hear it all the time - I love my boyfriend, I love my iPhone, I love my kitten. But what does the word 'love' actually mean? Fr. Tony Percy sat down with Xt3.com to unpack the great mystery of love - take a look at today's video to learn more!
On 25 July 1968 Pope Paul VI issued an encyclical letter called Humanae Vitae. A Latin phrase meaning "of human life". The encyclical letter was written in answer to the development of the contraceptive pill in the 1960s and the new challenges this would bring to sexuality and marriage.
Just off the coast of Italy, in the industrial city of Ancona, the Pope met with hundreds of young couples and answered their questions on marriage and dating: “Do not believe that living together before marriage guarantees the future. By burning certain stages, you risk burning love itself. Time needs to be respected gradually, just like the expressions of love.” Watch this video for more.
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