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Is it a step forward, a step back, or a useless move?
What the Church says about it ... and a few other cautions.
There's no shame in recognizing that the two sexes don't communicate about love in the same way.
This rich program is so much more than mere "sex-ed" and a very helpful tool for parents, parishes, and schools.
Elina Berglund Scherwitzl, the Swedish scientist who designed it, says it's as effective as oral contraceptives -- but without the side effects.
Bad clergy are always problematic, but it's Catholic parents who are these days helping along a serious strain of sin.
This actress decided to save sex until marriage and says the wait is worth it.
The pope sent a note assuring his support as group prepares to staff a new home for the elderly
Go beyond eroticism and get to the heart of what sex is really about.
Mental health research backs up what many of us already know: encouraging abstinence is still the best policy.