Preach the behavior which goes with healthy doctrine… how they must be sensible and chaste.
Welcome to the new community of Humanly Possible (founded October 17, 2009) to promote the virtue of chastity through rehabilitation efforts. We hope you will enjoy learning more about healthy and holy sexuality and that you will benefit from the social support of community members who share this value.
Our community is a response to the injustice of immorality. Emptiness, pain and boredom are frequently associated with sexual behaviors promoted by our culture. When discussing sex, most people tend to repeat what the TV told them about it. Information offered by the media rarely upholds moral values and often it withholds what scientific research has reported about sexual behavior. You will receive accurate scientific information about sex that you can share with other people. Read more…
Humanly Possible is a community of men and women responding in mercy to the injustice of sexual immorality. People committed to healthy and holy sexual attitudes and behavior grow in their ability to understand, defend, and promote sexual ethics.
Humanly Possible is a community of men and women responding in mercy to the injustice of sexual immorality. People committed to healthy and holy sexual attitudes and behavior grow in their ability to understand, defend and promote sexual ethics. Online access to research that validates the wisdom of the Catholic Church is offered to assist priests, sisters, brothers, married and single people. The mission is to rehabilitate chastity (to restore its good reputation). The vision is chaste living as a spiritual work of mercy against the injustice of sexual immorality. Social support groups and spiritual direction are available for members.
Contact the person who invited you or contact:
P.O. Box 27683
Tempe, AZ 85285
Meetings every Tuesday and Wednesday 6-7 pm at OLMC
Profession Ceremonies on May 31 and October 17 each year
Days for Community Companions:
1-21 St. Agnes,
1-28 St. Thomas Aquinas,
5-1 St. Joseph (worker),
5-26 St. Philip Neri,
5-30 St. Joan of Arc,
5-31 Blessed Virgin Mary (Visitation),
7-4 Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati,
7-6 St. Maria Goretti,
8-11 St. Philomena,
8-28 St. Augustine,
9-29 the Archangel Michael,
10-17 Founder’s Day honoring Mnsgr. DeBlanc
Dr. Breaux's Writtings ...
Fr. John's Letters...
Sept 20, 2009 The epidemic of pornography
Sept 21, 2008 Re-defining Marriage
April 15, 2009 Anti-Life, Anti-Human Hat trick
April 19, 2009 Why hide the truth?
Nov 11, 2009 The principal of the centrality of the human person
March 21, 2010 Two topics I keep telling myself to avoid