Easy – and early – access to pornography in a Catholic man’s life can be a disheartening obstacle to living virtuously. We get this! It’s a battle many members of Catholic UK & Ireland face, but also one that many have won. We’re here to offer useful resources, support and motivation and – if needs be – a listening ear, or even a mentor to battle alongside you.
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Fight the New Drug
Fight the New Drug exists to provide individuals the opportunity to make an informed decision regarding pornography by raising awareness on its harmful effects using only science, facts, and personal accounts.
Stop Using Porn
“As a psychotherapist in private practice I’ve witnessed how compulsive porn use can damage trust in important relationships, damage a person’s status with their employer, lead to serious legal issues, and become life controlling. You’ve made a brave first step.
While the evidence may not be scientifically thorough, there’s certainly enough to suggest that porn has a negative impact on our lives. Continue reading 10 Reasons Why You Should Quit Watching Porn
The very thing in the brain that is the mark of adulthood and maturity is the thing that is eroded as we view more porn. It is as if the brain is reverting, becoming more childlike. “Adult” entertainment is actually making us more juvenile. Continue reading Neuroscience has proved that porn is literally making men’s brains more childish. Seriously.
The Catholic Church’s teaching on the evil of pornography is anchored in the dignity of the human person and in the intimately conjoined virtue of chastity. Chastity is not (as current stereotypes insist) prudishness, the fearful contempt of sexuality as a “necessary evil,” unavoidable but ultimately subhuman. It is the virtue that both expresses and preserves the dignity of what is a genuine and surpassing good: the dignity of the human person in sexual matters. Continue reading Pornography and Acedia