A "WAKE-UP CALL" FOR CHRISTIANS
In this eye-opening new series, Pornography: The Battle for Manly Purity, Catholic evangelist Jesse Romeo tackles this extremely tough issue head on. His informative presentations serve as a "wake-up call" to the Christian community as he attempts to make others realize the extent of this grave moral crisis in a very sensitive manner. Jesse cites extensive research from scientific studies, draws upon the insights of various respected psychologists and other authorities, and provides reasonable remedies proven to reverse and transform this addictive behavior.
With the advent of the Internet, pornography is as close as a click away. On-line porn is the fastest, cheapest and most anonymous outlet available to corrupt the mind. And with the public shame factor taken away, many men (and women too) are finding themselves tangled in the sticky web of this immoral behavior. Too ashamed to admit their weakness and seek help, many become captives of compulsive conduct that can lead to even more perverse activities and sexual violence. For pornography, like alcoholism, isn't a problem that gets better with time if left untreated. Pornography's silent but deadly addiction has a corrosive effect upon every aspect of one's life.
GO TO THE HEART OF THE MATTER
It is time for Catholics to take action and go to the heart of the matter. Pornography is slowly killing the spiritual life of millions of Christian fathers, dividing countless marriages and destroying Catholic family life. Unless something is done quickly, our future is in jeopardy because as Pope John Paul II reminded us, "the future of the world and the Church passes through the family." Pornography & The Battle for Manly Purity is the perfect resource to help those who may be struggling with this problem or who areseeking solutions to overcome this horrible vice. Purchase a set for yourself or someone you love before it is too late!
By Jesse Romero
4 CD Set
Pornography is one of the greatest evils infecting our society today. Besides being a serious offense against God, porn damages marriages and destroys families, degrades women and dehumanizes men, abuses children, perverts love, and promotes rape, molestation and abortion. In a word, porn kills! Why then are Christian men so vulnerable to pornography? Why does one rarely hear a homily or sermon condemning this grave problem or offering practical solutions to overcome this vice?