Christian Courtship in an Over Sexed World is the only guide for single Roman Catholics that covers it all, from where to find a "spouse-worthy" mate to planning the wedding.
Practical, entertaining, and theologically sound, Christian Courtship in an Oversexed World:
- Examines the many meanings of love
- Defines what a moral approach to courtship is
- Explains how chastity fosters happiness
- Offers ways to overcome communication gaps
- Presents the vision of a Catholic marriage.
For anyone who has felt out of step with the times when it comes to modern, commonly accepted dating practices, this is a reassuring book that says there is a better way. A way that leads to true, lifelong happiness ... and holiness.
"I bought this book in college soon after I converted to Catholicism, and although years later I have read other relationship books, this one was the first. The reason I bought it is because as a new convert I felt like I needed some Catholic advice about such a serious subject. This book did not disappoint, and frankly this book changed my life. After reading it I started to implement changes in my dating habits. Not only changes in my habits, but my whole attitude and mindset about dating changed as well. It helped me to fully understand and appreciate the Holy Sacrament of Marriage in a way no one had ever taught me before. What a wake-up call, and what a blessing! After reading (and re-reading) the book I started to live a more God-centered dating life, and very soon after I met the man God meant for me to be with! We are now married and joyfully awaiting the arrival of our first child. Anyone who is considering the vocation of marriage should read this book and seriously ponder its advice. This is certainly one of the best books for any serious-minded young (and not-so-young) Catholic to read.
I am a success story of a young woman who read this book and reaped the benefits of the wisdom it had to offer.
Like I said before, this book changed my life, Deo Gratias!"
- Katrina L. Snyder, MN
Rev. Thomas G. Morrow is a priest of the archdiocese of Washington, D.C. He holds a doctorate in Sacred Theology from the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family.