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Teaching on theology of the body unifies Christians, American says in U.K.

19 January 2016

By Simon Caldwell
Catholic News Service

MANCHESTER, England (CNS) — St. John Paul II’s theology of the body is bringing Christians together in closer unity, said the U.S. founder of the Cor Project, which promotes the teaching.

Christopher West said the lessons of the Polish pope were providing answers to “larger and larger numbers” of Catholics, Anglicans and other Christians concerned about a growing crisis of “gender confusion” in the West.

The theology of the body refers to a body of teaching given in weekly lectures by St John Paul between Sept. 5, 1979 and Nov. 28, 1984, which were published together under the title “The Theology of the Body: Human Love in the Divine Plan.”

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