Approaching John Paul II’s Theology of the Body
Author: Carl Anderson
This work provides a thoughtful, accessible approach to the beauty of love and the splendor of the body as inspired by Pope John Paul II. In 1979, John Paul II offered an integrated vision of the human body and soul. In a series of talks that came to be known as “the theology of the body,” he explained the divine meaning of human sexuality and why the body provides answers to fundamental questions about our lives.
In Called to Love, Carl Anderson, chairman of the world’s largest Catholic service organization, the Knights of Columbus, and Fr. Jose Granados, professor of Patrology and Theology at the John Paul II Institute on Marriage & Family, discuss the philosophical and religious significance of “the theology of the body” in language at once poetic and profound. As they explain, the body speaks of God, it reveals His goodness, and it also speaks of men and women and their vocation to love.
with clarity, beauty, and intelligence that make these pages a joy to read.
A compelling, wonderfully readable reflection on ‘the theology of the
body’ and the meaning of human love and sexuality. I highly recommend
—Most Reverend Charles Chaput, Archbishop of Denver
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Length: 271 pages
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