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Extent: Paperback

Pages: 32

Size: 148 mm by 210 mm

Publisher: CTS

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Male and Female He Created Them

by Catholic Truth Society

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In the midst of the ongoing debate about human sexuality, Catholics need guidance in addressing and understanding the challenges that emerge from gender ideology. In this very clear and concise educational document on gender, the Congregation for Catholic Education invite us to say ‘yes’ to opening a dialogue on gender, but not to the ideology surrounding it.

These guidelines offer a pastoral approach to the gender dialogue, and the broader question of the call to educate with love. By addressing this often sensitive issue with respect, the document gives educators guidance properly to explain the stance of the Church on the topic of gender.

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