Humanae Vitae, by Pope Paul VI
In book form:
Humane Vitae: Encyclical Letter by His Holiness Pope Paul VI
A revised, improved translation by Ignatius Press, 2002
Called to Love: Approaching John Paul II’s Theology of the Body by Carl Anderson
Image Books, 2012
Carl Anderson, chairman of the Knights of Columbus, and Father Jose Granados discuss the philosophical and religious significance of the theology of the body in language at once poetic and profound. The human body speaks of God, it reveals his goodness, and it also speaks of men and women and their vocation to love
Sexuality and Morality: Answers for Modern Catholics by Charles E. Bouchard, O.P
Ligouri Press, 2014
This candid question-and-answer book tackles the tough yet common issues, challenges, questions, and complaints about sexuality, morality, and Christian living in the twenty-first century.
Men and Women Are from Eden: A Study Guide to John Paul II’s Theology of the Body by Mary Healy
Servant Books, 2005
This guide is designed to help readers to appropriate Pope St. John Paul II’s astonishing message: that the true, lasting love humanity enjoyed in the beginning, before the Fall, is possible here and now. The reader is introduced to St. John Paul II’s warm, deeply biblical understanding of God’s original plan for men and women, a plan that brings with it healing of mind regarding sexuality and the body.
Sex and the Marriage Covenant by John F. Kippley
Ignatius Press, 2nd ed., 2005
Couple to Couple League co-founder John Kippley examines the teachings of the Church on marriage and sexuality and the beauty of God’s plan for the marriage act; all based on the central premise that sexual intercourse is intended by God to be a renewal of the marriage covenant. History is presented on the use of contraceptives and why religious leaders of various faiths feared a future defined by birth control.
Theology of the Body Institute
The mission of Theology of the Body Institute is to educate and train men and women to understand, live, and promote the theology of the body. The Institute provides a number of residential and small group programs, regular blog posts, and other resources related to Theology of the Body
The Cor Project
The Cor Project’s mission is to equip men and women to learn, live, and share the beauty of the divine plan for human life, love, and sexuality in a new evangelization.