Courage members tell their stories
CWN - February 14, 2012
Three members of Courage--an apostolate that helps those with same-sex attractions to live chastely--have shared their stories with Catholic World Report.
“Who I am is not my sexual attraction,” says one. “I remain chaste by the grace of God, and the support of my family and friends.”
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