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From global conferences to tiny parish gatherings, pro-family advocate Dale O'Leary has traveled the world defending marriage against radical activists intent on rewriting its age-old definition.
Now, in One Man, One Woman, the first book of its kind written for Catholics, O'Leary shares her knowledge and experience of every facet of the gay-marriage debate: politics, psychology, biology, religion, and social science. With clarity and force she tackles the many myths surrounding this contentious issue, showing that:
O'Leary shows how the redefinition of marriage in Europe and Canada has already taken a predictable toll on marriage rates, family stability, religious freedom, and children's well-being. And there are ominous signs that radical social engineers are plotting a similar course for the United States: toward a future in which marriage is considered a quaint anachronism, and intolerant beliefs are strictly censored.
But there's still time to avert that course, she says, and to that end she includes a twelve-point practical plan for saving marriage for the next generation a plan that begins and ends not with anger, but with genuine love and compassion.
So whether you're trying to fight City Hall, answer the challenges of a relative or friend, or even quiet your own nagging doubts, One Man, One Womanis your single source for the facts you need to understand and defend the truth about marriage.