Item description for Sexuality and Catholicism by Thomas C. Fox...
"Sexuality and Catholicism" offers a concise and well-rounded analysis of all the most important and most widely discussed issues concerning sexuality and Roman Catholicism. The theme of this volume--the sin of sexuality--is as old as the creation story and as new as the Vatican's reassertion that divorced and remarried Catholics must choose between the sacraments and having sex in marriage. A daily presence in the news, this highly controversial subject affects millions within the church and millions more who look to the church for moral guidance.
Citations And Professional Reviews Sexuality and Catholicism by Thomas C. Fox has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Publishers Weekly - 10/09/1995 page 73
Kirkus Reviews - 09/01/1995 page 1247
Wilson Public Library Catalog - 01/01/1996 page 17
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Studio: George Braziller
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.75" Width: 5.82" Height: 1.37" Weight: 1.32 lbs.
Release Date Aug 17, 1995
Publisher George Braziller
ISBN 0807613967 ISBN13 9780807613962
Availability 0 units.
More About Thomas C. Fox
Thomas C. Fox is Professor of German at the University of Alabama
Thomas C. Fox currently resides in Kansas City, in the state of Missouri. Thomas C. Fox was born in 1944.
Reviews - What do customers think about Sexuality and Catholicism?
Informative, but lacking organization--more for reference Aug 1, 2001
Overall, I enjoyed reading this book. It had some very interesting chapters, like those on homosexuality and self-love, and they were very informative for a Catholic Teen like myself. The book helped to clear up a lot of grey areas, but also presented others that the Church has not made a stake in yet. It cited a lot of history, if you care for that, and gave reasons why the Church's thinking was both wrong and right. A good read for curious Catholics.