A Parent’s Guide: Teaching the Truth & Meaning of Human Sexuality. FEATURED ON EWTN!

A Parent’s Guide is a dynamic, one hour video produced by Catholic Parents OnLine featuring parents, grandparents, educators, and members of the clergy and medical profession as they share their experiences living out the Church’s teaching in the 21st century.

Click the video below to see a short trailer of the documentary.

This video is based on the 1995 document by the Pontifical Council for the Family The Truth and Meaning of Human Sexuality – Guidelines for Education within the Family.

To order your 58:30 minute DVD of “A Parent’s Guide: Teaching the Truth & Meaning of Human Sexuality” you can make the suggested donation of $10.00 (per DVD) by clicking here.

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“If parents are given confidence in this task of education for love, they will be inspired to overcome the challenges and problems of our times by their own ministry of love.” 149. Truth and Meaning of Human Sexuality

“This video does not attempt to teach sex education nor does it attempt to bypass the parents or take their place, rather it is an attempt to provide a context and some confidence to parents as they strive to educate their children.” Fr. Robert Altier

“I have had the opportunity to view A Parent’s Guide: Teaching the Truth & Meaning of Human Sexuality and found it to be most delightful. The down to earth program provides some very solid and faith-filled examples of how to bring the message of the beauty of God’s gift of fertility to children and teens. The program fully respects family foundations, the innocence of youth, modesty and the teachings of the Church in proposing a method for raising children to appreciate sexuality and fertility. I trust that parents seeking a greater degree of comfort in discussing sometimes difficult material with their children will find here joy, tranquility and confidence.” Most Reverend Robert Vasa, D.D. Bishop of Baker, Oregon