An Unwed Mother for Quayleby Richard John Neuhaus. After ten years as an unwed mother, Maggie Gallagher has some thoughts on what it takes. Ms. Gallagher received abusive phone calls and threats after her article appeared in the op-ed pages of the New York Times. The article was in response to the Dan Quayle/Murphy Brown controversy of some years ago. It deserves not to be forgotten
Chastityby Donald DeMarco. After chasing the woman from his room, Thomas Aquinas returned to his cell and dropped the firebrand into the fire; and sat down on that seat of sedentary scholarship, that chair of philosophy, that secret throne of contemplation, from which he never rose again.
Chastity and Modestyby Cardinal Meyer. A reprint of parts of a Pastoral Letter of the late Cardinal Meyer when he was Archbishop of Milwaukee. Originally appeared on May 1, 1956.
Christian View of Sex: A Time for Apologetics, Not Apologiesby Janet Smith. While the fact that our society is suffering greatly from sexual confusion and sexual misconduct is not a novel insight, what is needed, and what is brilliantly provided here, is a better understanding and apologetic of the Christian truths about sexuality.
Classroom Sex EducationThis booklet promotes the idea that 'Sex education should never be taught as a separate subject but integrated into the moral teachings of the Church.' (from Homiletic & Pastoral Review, March 1995)
Flames of Furyby William Van Breda. Chastity extends far beyond controlling lust. (from Homiletic & Pastoral Review, April 1997)
Grotesque World of Today's Sex Educationby Arthur J Delaney. A look at the disgusting practices being inflicted on our children under the guise of "education" and outrageously being supported by our tax dollars. (from New Oxford Review, May 1996)
John Paul's Distinctive ContributionAn excellent reflection on Pope John Paul II's "theology of the body" by Christopher West, Director of the Office of Marriage & Family Life for the Archdiocese of Denver (from Inside the Vatican, November 1998)
Sex Trap: Why Women Should Never Say Yes Before MarriageOf all the promises made to us about our ability to achieve freedom and independence as women, the promises of sexual emancipation may have been the most illusory. In denying the essential differences between the sexes, we have abandoned the customs that used to protect and civilize both sexes, that constrained men and women but also obliged them to live up to their best natures. We might now be more free. But we enjoy less happiness, less fulfillment, less dignity, and, of all things, less romance.
Sexual Revolution Is Doomedby Mitchell Kalpakgian. This article explains that when God's plan for the use of sexuality is not followed, nature rebels, breaking the natural law has consequences. (from New Oxford Review, February 1999)
What About the Condom?by Dr Stephen Genuis. Despite research indicating that encouraging condom use has failed entirely to meet its objectives the condom continues to be promoted as the method of choice for preventing STDs.