Ellen Gable Hrkach and co-editor Erin McCole Cupp explore the need for Theology of the Body fiction and introduce the Image and Likeness anthology.
Barb Szyszkiewicz, OFS reviews YOU, a new Theology of the Body study program for teens from Ascension Press, that challenges and engages teens in the discussion of a difficult subject.
This year’s Theology of the Body Congress focused on the theme “Love, Mercy and the Gift of the Family.” Here are some highlights of the event, including interviews by Lisa Hendey with two featured speakers from the Congress.
During each TOB Congress, people are invited to step way from the insanity of contemporary society for a few days and return to reality. Melanie Jean Juneau explores what Congress attendees will learn from speaker Bill Donaghy.
A newly updated ‘Theology of the Body for Teens’ program from Ascension Press confronts the unique moral struggles of our time.
The Gift of Birth is a book of spiritual reflections on the process of giving birth, from gestation to post-partum, and is influenced by John Paul II’s Theology of the Body (reading the signs of the body) and Ignatius of Loyola’s spirituality of seeing God in all things.
For a few months now, I have been in correspondence with an amazingly talented young author named Nicole Lataif. It’s hard…