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New Episode of Word for Word: How far can we go?

December 2, 2010
We know the Catholic Church teaching on sex – even non-Catholics could quickly repeat the mantra, “No sex before marriage.” But how many of us can answer, with confidence and understanding, the “Why?” to that same teaching?
On this upcoming episode of Word for Word, we open up books exploring the Theology of the Body, including an interview with Leah Perrault and Brett Salkeld, authors of How Far Can We Go? A Catholic Guide to Sex and Dating. We’ll also meet the founders of God, Sex, and the Meaning of Life Ministry, who share some the many resources they use in guiding teens, parents, and teachers to a better understanding of the Theology of the Body.
Watch Word for Word on Friday, December 3rd at 9pm ET
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