Let’s Talk About Porn

October 17, 2013
Let’s talk about porn. I know it it’s an uncomfortable subject, but ignoring it will do no good. The fact is, pornography addiction is a massive and growing problem—especially for men. If you don’t believe me, here are some shocking statistics: 12% of websites online are pornographic Every second, over 28,000 people are looking at […]

The Seven Deadly Sins: Lust

September 20, 2013
  The following post is part of a guest series by Jason Liske of Ascending Mount Carmel. Jason is also a freelance writer and social media contributor at Monkrock. You can read more about him here. The following post is used with permission. The seven deadly sins, as we now know them, can be thought […]

The Cardinal Virtues: Fortitude

August 30, 2013
This post is part of a series on the four Cardinal Virtues. For the other posts in the series, click here.  At some point or another, we all encounter things in life that cause us to be afraid.  Whether it’s sudden unemployment, making a life-altering choice, a sudden illness, or the prospect of physical pain, fear […]

A Conversation with Dr. Taylor Marshall – Part 2

August 9, 2013
Today, we continue our conversation with author, professor, and Catholic gentleman extraordinaire, Dr. Taylor Marshall! If you missed Part 1, be sure to read it—he shares some compelling insights into manhood in the modern world (Did you know that if you don’t shine your shoes, you’re a scrub?). Dr. Taylor Marshall and his wife Joy […]

Fighting for Purity

July 31, 2013
“There is need for a crusade of manliness and purity to counteract and nullify the savage work of those who think man is a beast. And that crusade is your work.”- St. Josemaria Escriva The number one, soul-destroying problem men face is attacks on sexual purity. Immodesty is ubiquitous, pornography is easily accessible, and every […]

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