Human Sexuality Formation
The Church affirms that parents have the right and duty to be the primary educators of their children. However, giving children an adequate preparation for adult life, particularly with regard to the truth and meaning of human sexuality, can be difficult, especially amidst the confusing and sometimes harmful messages and trends in the broader culture. We are here to help.<< Back To Family Life
After months of researching and critiquing various programs, the committee selected a few we found most helpful. For more information on these programs contact email@example.com
LoveEd is a brand new program that helps empower parents to teach both the theology and science of human sexuality within the context of God’s plan for love and life.
Teen STAR is a developmental curriculum which uses learning one's fertility pattern to teach responsible decision-making and communication skills in the area of sexual behavior and enhances teens' self-understanding and self-esteem.
ROOTED: Theology of the Body K-12 Curriculum
Age-appropriate teaching inspired by the masterwork of St. John Paul II.
Our Power to Love Book
It incorporates the physiology of sexual maturing within Pope St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body, and teaches the basics of fertility appreciation within the larger context of the virtue of chastity.
Designed to prepare and empower parents, the primary educators of their children, to evangelize about the truth and meaning of God’s gift of sexuality, this book is a primary resource selected by the Human Sexuality Formation Committee for use throughout the Archdiocese of Omaha.
Click here to read an important message from Archbishop Lucas about the HSF committee.
Click here to learn the difference between LoveEd and Circle of Grace.
Encountering the harmony of Man, Woman, and Creation through film, the Humanum video series is both beautiful and inspiring.
The Diocese of Lincoln has produced these helpful videos for teaching Theology of the Body for grades K-12.
This encouraging article referencing the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy Survey shows most teens aren't having sex and their top reasons for waiting points to morals and values.
Click here for information on Same-Sex attraction.
Catholic Medical Association Cites Alarming New Study Warning Suicide Risk Nearly Double Among Adolescent Girls Who Use Hormonal Contraceptives
Article on why Catholic schools should scrap Scholastic Book fairs.
The advisory board, with the ongoing encouragement, support and guidance of Archbishop Lucas, includes clergy and laity representing the fields of education, medicine, and psychology across the archdiocese including urban and rural schools and parishes.
After more than 3 years of prayer, research and review, the archdiocesan Human Sexuality Formation Advisory Board is ready to help. While there is no one-size-fits-all solution, there are several very good resources and programs that can be used in a variety of ways in a parish, a school or even at home.
For more information call 402.551.9003 or email firstname.lastname@example.org