Summary of Catholic Teaching. Topic 35: SIXTH COMMANDMENT “You shall not commit adultery.” Man’s vocation to chastity is an essential part and condition of his vocation to love.


 Summary of Catholic Teaching Topic 35: SIXTH COMMANDMENT “You shall not commit adultery.” Man’s vocation to chastity is an essential part and condition of his vocation to love. OUTLINE Male and female he created them… Vocation to chastity Educating for chastity Chastity in marriage Chastity in celibacy Sins against chastity Basic Bibliography Recommended Reading Footnotes:…

POPE FRANCIS TO THE YOUTH, SICK AND NEWLYWEDS.


POPE FRANCIS TO THE YOUTH, SICK AND NEWLYWEDS. “Dear young people, in taking up again your usual activities after the holidays,reinforce also your dialogue with God, spreading His light and His peace. Dear sick, find comfort in the cross of the Lord Jesus, who continues His work of redemption in the life of every man….

POPE FRANCIS’S ADVICE TO NEWLYWEDS AND MARRIED PEOPLE (June 1, 2016). THE SECRET TO A LONG-LASTING MARRIAGE? PUT GOD IN YOUR PERSONAL, MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE!


POPE FRANCIS’S ADVICE TO NEWLYWEDS AND MARRIED PEOPLE (June 1, 2016). THE SECRET TO A LONG-LASTING MARRIAGE? PUT GOD IN YOUR PERSONAL, MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE! Dear brethren in Christ, especially to you who are newlyweds and to all married people, here’s the secret to a long lasting marriage impregnated with real love! God bless…

POPE FRANCIS ON THE KINDNESS OF LOVE.


POPE FRANCIS ON THE KINDNESS OF LOVE. As a continuation of Pope Francis’ explanation of the Pauline Hymn to Charity, he affirms in “Amoris laetitia,” nn. 93-94 that love, which is KIND, is at the SERVICE OF OTHERS. “’Patience’ is not a completely passive attitude, but one accompanied by activity, by a dynamic and creative…

POPE FRANCIS ON THE PATIENCE OF LOVE.


POPE FRANCIS ON THE PATIENCE OF LOVE. In “Amoris laetitia” nn. 91-92, Pope Francis explains why love is patient which all members of the family should meditate upon. I quote: “This does not simply have to do with ‘enduring all things’… It refers, then, to the quality of one who does not act on impulse…