Pornography | What You Need to Know
It is difficult to overstate the menace—and the omnipresence—of pornography in our society. One can scarcely go to a grocery store, shopping mall or movie theater without encountering pornography, or even watch the commercials on one's own television set. Women’s fashions are often reminiscent of street walkers.
- Bishop Robert Finn: Blessed Are the Pure of Heart
- Pornography and the Internet: Are Your Children Safe?
- The Serenellians: Helping You Overcome Pornography
Another outstanding recent episcopal letter on the scourge of pornography is Paul S. Loverde’s Bought at a Price: Pornography and the Attack on the Living Temple of God.
If you'd like some guidelines for self help in this area, see Twelve Steps to Freedom from Pornography. These recommendations come from Steve Wood of St. Joseph's Covenant Keepers, an organization to help good men become better fathers. See the web site Dads.org.
Another organization with a web site which helps men escape pornography is found at www.trueknights.org.
Finally, to find a therapist in your area who can help with serious addiction problems, start your search at www.catholictherapists.com.