One of the biggest legacies Pope St John Paul II left behind was his Theology of the Body. Given over 15 years during his Wednesday audiences in St Peter's Square, it formed a revolutionary teaching on love, sexuality, and the meaning of our human bodies.
Rather than being a dry, theoretical theology, Theology of the Body is meant to be lived. This momentous body of work deals with the deepest yearnings of the human soul and conveys a message that is positive, profound, surprising and also intensely practical.
Learn more about this treasure of the Church's recent teaching by discovering both the context of this "theological time bomb" and its many topics, in this readable, engaging, and easily digestible introduction.