Catholic Theology of Marriage in the Era of HIV and AIDS begins with the life experiences of real women, analyzes and unpacks them for the scholarly community, and then offers practical implications that translate into guidelines for everyday loci of faith formation.
Contents; Acknowledgments; 1 Introduction; 2 Learning by Listening: The Life Experiences of Eight Catholic Women; 3 "Everything Has Changed": Themes of Survival, Sex, Faith, and Self-Care in the Women's Stories; 4 Self-Care and Christian Discipleship; 5 A Pro-Life Approach to HIV Prevention and Care; 6 Marriage for Life: A Christian Theology of Marriage in a World with AIDS; 7 Implications for Parish Life: Survival, Sex, and Prayer in Everyday Pastoral Contexts; Conclusion; Afterword; Appendix; Bibliography; Index; About the Author
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