Most people think the modern sexual revolution began with the 1960s, but its genesis is much further back into the 19th century. This presentation will summarize six characteristics of the modern sexual revolution and discuss where each originated. Dr. Notare will trace the six
characteristics to 19th and early 20th century themes.
PDCC Date: Thursday, October 18, 2012
Theresa Notare, PhD
Theresa Notare, PhD, Assistant Director, Natural Family Planning Program, Secretariat for Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Dr. Notare received her degree in Church History from the Catholic University of America. She is responsible for supporting the American Catholic dioceses in their efforts to create or strengthen Natural Family Planning (NFP) ministry. With expertise in Church teaching on human sexuality, marriage, conjugal love and responsible parenthood, and the methods of NFP, Dr. Notare publishes, provides talks, as well as has appeared on EWTN and Catholic radio.