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Listen to our interview on Coffee & Donuts with John & Mary. We talk about preparing your kids for their vocations. July 2019.
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Our interview on why marriage matters for a culture of life with EWTN Prolife Weekly. Coming to you from The World Meeting of Families where we spoke about how strong marriages are crucial in building up a Culture of Life.
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An interview with us by Crux about how Pope Francis’s Amoris Laetitia (“The Joy of Love”) can help Catholic couples discover realistic and long-lasting love. Feb 2017.
Interviews and Talks
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Humane Vitae they talked about “Self-Giving: the Heart of Humane Vitae.” The Church’s teaching on sexuality is based on the dignity of the human person as a being created in the Image and Likeness of God. This gift of life enables us to enjoy the marvelous goods of the world while also anticipating and striving for eternal life.
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A full recording of John’s talk, “Signs of Growth and Healing, from the Humanae Vitae Conference at The Catholic University of America, April 2018. This formed the basis for his chapter in Humanae Vitae: 50 Years Later: Embracing God’s Vision for Marriage, Love, and Life, A Compendium.
Newman Lecture for Divine Mercy University, “”It is not Good for the Man to be Alone – Genesis on Male and Female Complementarity and Dignity” (2018).
A full recording of John’s talk, “The Luminous Excess of the Person: Assessing the Impact of Venerable John Paul II on American Catholic Moral Theology,” at Franciscan University of Steubenville (2011).