“In a recent survey of college students, both men and women had nearly double the number of hookups compared to first dates.
How many reported feeling desirable or wanted after the hookup? In fact, about seventy percent of college students admitted that they would rather have a traditional romantic relationship than an uncommitted sexual one.” (page iv) If you are a Catholic who has graduated from college, chances are that you have heard of FOCUS (an acronym for the Fellowship of Catholic University Students).
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Our modern culture would have you think that chastity is impossible – that we are little more than roving beasts of animalistic impulse, incapable of saving sex for marriage, or of abstaining from further sex once already in a sexually active relationship, or even of fidelity within marriage.
Ideally obvious terms such as (other than when such designations are used pejoratively), rarely enter into the parlance of the broader culture.
In December 2016, the Cotters’ quickly-popular book, , was released jointly by Ignatius Press and the Augustine Institute.
The following are some reasons why you should read this book, whether you are preparing for marriage yourself or you know someone who is.