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.
Lisa Hendey invites you to join her at the upcoming 2016 Theology of the Body Congress. Click through to learn why this opportunity is perfect for you!
Charisse Tierney provides some insights from St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body as to why God created us male and female.
Taking the four components of God’s love for us (free, total, faithful, fruitful) and comparing them to marital love, Ellen Gable Hrkach shows how we can discover how to live the sacrament of matrimony as a vocation.
In this installment of #TOBtalk, read how Theology of the Body helped Kaitlyn Mason put God at the center of her marriage.