The Case for Catholic Teaching - Seminar on Women, Sexuality and The Church
Pastoral Center Auditorium, 66 Brooks Drive, Braintree
The contributors to the book “Women, Sex, and the Church” challenge the common misconception that Catholic teachings are anti-women and anti-sex. Instead, these women explore precisely how controversial teachings on abortion, sex, marriage, contraception, and reproductive technologies evidence the Church’s love of women. The timely issues of the priesthood, balancing work and family, and the intersection of Catholic sexual and social ethics are also discussed. The contributors to this text rely on biological, sociological, and medical evidence, combined with personal anecdotes and experience, to defend difficult Church teaching–all from a pro-woman perspective.
On May 3, four of the book’s contributors will speak in a seminar for all laypeople on these issues and how to talk about Catholic teaching to others, especially women.
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