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While the catechism doesn’t speak directly about pornography addiction, it does teach that where free will is compromised, such as with pathological disorders, culpability is diminished. We know that an addiction is a pathological disorder. Those who are addicted to any substance can lose their free will to the addiction. The compulsive need to meet their cravings can leave a person powerless. This is quite evident in pornography addiction.
Are you prepared to deal with the pornography epidemic in America? Pornography use is a silent epidemic that affects millions of lived. It’s one of the most common sins heard in confession. Pornography addiction is ruining marriages, families and careers. To properly address this problem, effective training is needed.
Tom and Barbara came to my office seeking help for their teenage son, Will, who was caught viewing internet pornography. They continuously monitored the home computer to ensure that Will was not viewing pornography on it. They were shocked one day to discover that Will had been viewing pornography that he downloaded onto his Kindle. Will and is friends had also been viewing porn of their Playstation system. Tom and Barbara were unaware of all the places people can view internet pornography today.
Right now there’s a big stir in the literary world over the Fifty Shades of Gray trilogy. These books are current best sellers among women readers. They are also very sexually explicit. The characters in the books engage in many forms of dangerous sadomasochistic sex. Some have even labeled it “mommy porn.” Have you ever wondered why so many women are reading these books while few men are interested? It all pertains to how men and women are wired differently.
Dr. Kleponis recently published the book, The Pornography Epidemic: A Catholic Approach. This book addresses:
Many people have informed me that after viewing videos on my website, they were directed to other videos with pornographic content. This is because my videos were uploaded from YouTube, which does not monitor their website for inappopriate content.
To help solve this problem, I have transferred my videos to GodTube, which does monitor their site. I deleted the YouTube videos from my website and replaced them with the same videos from GodTube.
The Internet has introduced unprecedented challenges, and the potential threats can change daily. I am committed to helping you protect yourself and the people you serve online.
To help educate you about these Internet dangers, I am pleased to offer the latest educational resources from Covenant Eyes. All of them are completely FREE. You can find them at: