Dr. Mark Regnerus — What Sexual Behavior Patterns Reveal about the Mating Market and Catholic Thought

Dr. Mark Regnerus, Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Texas at Austin,  delivers his talk entitled “What Contemporary Sexual Behavior Patterns Reveal about the Mating Market and Catholic Thought”.  Dr. Regnerus’s talk was part of the Science and Faith series at Franciscan University of Steubenville.

Dr. Stephen R. Sharkey — Proposing a Catholic Sociology of Sex and Gender to a Post-Modern Culture

Dr. Stephen R. Sharkey, Professor of Sociology at Alverno College, delivers his talk entitled “Proposing a Catholic Sociology of Sex and Gender to a Post-Modern Culture.”  Dr. Sharkey’s lecture was a part of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists Conference.

Dr. Helen Alvaré — The Church: Natural Enemy of Sexualityism

Dr. Helen Alvaré, professor of law at George Mason School of Law, delivers the annual Henkels Lecture at Franciscan University of Steubenville on March 23, 2012, as part of the Distinguished Speakers Series. This is an excerpt from her talk, “Religious Freedom and Sexual Liberationism,” looked at how secular society’s interpretation of birth control, co-habitation, and abortion as the new norms has generated an incredible mistrust among the sexes.

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