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FaithShort Take
Shelby Kearns
Far from encouraging sexual activity, the right kind of sex education can teach children that they have the agency to say “no.” Parishes and faith-based groups are ideal for delivering this message.
Politics & SocietyJesuitical
Jesuitical
This week on “Jesuitical,” we ask Christine Emba, the author of “Rethinking Sex”: Why are so many millennial women miserable when it comes to their dating and sex lives?
A thin golden crucifix over a black background.
FaithFaith in Focus
Mark Joseph Williams
By listening we all walk together. Along the route of life we must encourage forgiveness but not exoneration.
Cardinal Reinhard Marx comments in a press conference, in front of a microphone, on the expert report on sexual violence against children and young people in the Catholic Archdiocese of Munich and Freising in Munich, Germany.
FaithNews
The Associated Press
“For some priests, it would be better if they were married—not just for sexual reasons, but because it would be better for their life and they wouldn’t be lonely,” Cardinal Reinhard Marx said in a newspaper interview.
Politics & SocietyNews
Catholic News Service
Bishop Rudolf Voderholzer criticized the Synodal Path for postponing a debate on gender-neutral language.
Stock close-up image of a black bulletin board with confession times.
FaithFaith in Focus
Jim McDermott
First: You are not required to talk about sex in the confessional.