Theology of the Body is embodiment of the gift of love

Jerry Naunheim Jr.
This is part of a series on Blessed John Paul II's Theology of the Body and how it applies to various vocations. This series is a continuation of the conversation started by the archdiocese's "As for Me and My House" anti-pornography initiative, and seeks to draw light to Theology of the Body as an example for setting a solid foundation for human sexuality and love. When Father David Skillman decided to pursue the priesthood, he knew that the commitment to living a celibate life was "part of the package."

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