Start Meaning of dating violence

Meaning of dating violence

The stats show that young people will likely exchange the sacramental life and liturgy for the liturgy of sexual experimentation.

For those who don’t listen to the radio or care about pop music, all you need to know is that this song was nominated for Song of the Year at the Grammy’s.

While our recent focus was on California, domestic violence is, of course, a national problem.

Because of the complexity of this particular type of violence--it generally happens behind closed doors, and its victims often have family ties to or are financially dependent on their abusers--it is underreported and under-prosecuted, meaning that domestic violence is even more pervasive than these startling statistics suggest.

This is Irish Catholicism with a blasphemous twist…

Regrettably, the lyrics to “Take Me to Church” are pretty blasphemous.

As this challenging conversation evolves, it's important to remember that the problem is bigger than the act of violence itself.

Domestic violence has devastating psychological, physical, and economic consequences for those who experience it--and for the children who are exposed to it.

Here’s my theological analysis with my commentary in the red: [Verse 1] My lover’s got humour She’s the giggle at a funeral Knows everybody’s disapproval I should’ve worshipped her sooner What’s amazing about his song is that it’s about as offensive as anything produced by Marilyn Manson, Judas Priest, or Slayer – yet hardly anyone recognizes it!