Category Archives: Theology of the Body

This Week is NFP week. What’s that?

A friend of mine is an award winning author and expert on the subject of NFP.  She has a great post on the subject today at Plot, Line and Sinker.  Please take a moment to read. If you happen to … Continue reading

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Theology of the Body in a Nutshell

For anyone who has heard the phrase, “Theology of the Body” and has wondered what this teaching it is all about, here is a great article written by a friend of mine on the subject.  It is being taught in … Continue reading

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Theology of the Body Lessons

What I learned in lesson three: A human person is not just a body or a soul – A person is a body-soul, united together to form a unique person.    Our bodies cannot survive without our souls.  When the body … Continue reading

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JPII’s Theology of the Body II

What I learned from lesson 2: God did not want for things to be “this way” – warped and distorted.  When He created Adam and Eve, He intended for their love to be a beautiful reflection of the love of … Continue reading

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JPII’s Theology of the Body for Teens

What I learned from Lesson 1: We are so loved by God as human beings.  God did not need us, and yet He created us out of pure love. He made us in His image and likeness to love and … Continue reading

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