Fall 2015 - Episode 5: Let’s Hear It For The Guys!
“A clean heart is a free heart. A free heart can love Christ with an undivided love in chastity, convinced that nothing and nobody will separate it from his love. Purity, chastity, and virginity created a special beauty in Mary that attracted God’s attention.”

― Mother Teresa
When you think of chastity many think this task is purely up to the young ladies but here we listen to the guys who are making that promise to chastity but sometimes have the same troubles of finding a really good girl!

Geoffrey Strickland, Rome Office Associate, Priests for Life

Pam Stenzel, Chastity Speaker

Janet's Homework Assignment:

Visit the website of the Abstinence Clearinghouse for many good resources., www.abstinence.net

Read Sex Has A Price Tag by Pam Stenzel, Zondervan Press

Read Nobody Told Me by Pam Stenzel, Revell Publishing

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Discussion Questions:

Why is it especially difficult for young men to embrace chastity in today’s society?

How can we reach the hearts and minds of young men to fight for this virtue?

What can Catholic women do to help men be who they were called to be?

How might we as women be making the situation more difficult for men?


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by Janet Morana

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Magnificat can be used to follow the daily Mass and can also be read at home for personal or family prayer.
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