What the Catholic Church really teaches about Homosexuality
Solemn Mass on the occasion of the Ordination
to the Priesthood of the
Reverend John the Baptist Do Thanh Nguyen,
Reverend Peter Tien Chi Cao,
Reverend Peter Thanh Tan Tam Tran.
Saturday 5 December 2015
St Mary's Pro-Cathedral
The Cross by Billy Graham
Billy Grahams last address to the nation
following the ordination of
Reverend John the Baptist Do Thanh Nguyen
at Christ the King Church,
Heaven: A New Message from Billy Graham
We never know what we truly believe until it’s a matter of life and death. Billy Graham, along with a firefighter and a young woman forced to face the reality of death, share the Gospel message, and what really happens when we die.
Reconciliation - Fr Rick Loughnan VG
Fr Rick Loughnan delivering a talk on Reconciliation during Lent 2015
Fr Bruce McGill talks about
the Power of the Holy Spirit
What the Catholic Church really teaches about Homosexuality.
A talk given by Fr Paul Check and Dr Neil Whitehead.
Fr. Paul N. Check is a priest with the Diocese of Bridgeport, Connecticut and was ordained in 1997. He holds an S.T.B. from the Gregorian University, Rome and an S.T.L. (Moral Theology) from the University of the Holy Cross, Rome. Fr. Check has served as a parish priest and high school chaplain. Bishop William E. Lori appointed him to be the Chaplain for Courage in Bridgeport in December 2002. In addition, he teaches Moral Theology to seminarians, permanent deacon candidates, and religious. Father graduated with a B.A. in History from Rice University in 1977 and served as an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps for nine years prior to entering the seminary. In 2008, Fr. Paul Check was elected to succeed Fr. John F. Harvey as the Executive Director of Courage International, which provides pastoral support to individuals with a same-sex attraction who wish to live according to the Church's teachings on chastity.
Dr. Neil E Whitehead is a Christian writer best known for authoring the book, My Genes Made Me Do It in which he argues again the role of genes in determining sexual orientation. The book is freely available to read at its website, , as can some of his other writings. He has worked for the New Zealand government and the United Nations. While Americans always refer to Jerry Leach, Britains always defer to Whitehead.