On March 2-3, the parishes of our diocese will observe Safe Haven Sunday, an initiative to raise awareness about the harmful impacts of pornography and how families can make their homes a safe haven for everyone.
Behavioral scientists and cybercrime experts talked to families about how digital distraction, pornography and the “online echo chamber” impact their lives, during one of the first panels at the international World Meeting of Families.
The church reminds us pornography is not simply a private matter that impacts only the viewer. Pornography harms others, too.
Minnesota Catholic Conference is backing legislation that will create new fines and penalties and publicly recognizes the link between pornography and human trafficking as well as supporting the creation of a regulatory framework around the practice of commercial gestational surrogacy in the state.
MCC supports efforts to expand school choice, oppose assisted suicide, regulate commercial surrogacy and increase aid to poor families.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (CNS) — Parents who don’t supervise their children’s online activity and mobile device usage might as well be dropping off their kids at an adult bookstore filled with dangerous strangers. That was the gist of a frank and wide-ranging conversation on Internet pornography and addiction that licensed clinical therapist and family therapist […]