Official catholic teaching on masturbation
Dear Grace: What is the Catholic Church's teaching on masturbation? Is it viewed as a mortal sin or as a venial sin? Could it prevent us from getting into heaven? To answer this, let us look, first of all, at the Church's teaching.
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Church’s teaching on masturbation
Catholic Teaching on Masturbation: Straight Answers
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Straight Talk About The Catholic Teaching on Masturbation
Masturbation is a serious obstacle to integrating sexuality into the personality and to maintaining psychological health. Masturbation is the act or practice of the self-stimulation of one's sexual organs. It is usually done with the goal of achieving sexual climax, sexual gratification, or the release of sexual tension. Although masturbation exists among both males and females, it is generally considered more common among men than women Leitenberg et al. Although the term mutual masturbation is used in reference to mutual acts of sexual stimulation, the following discussion considers masturbation only according to its more common meaning: namely, the self-stimulation of the sexual organs.
The title sets the tone for the continuation of a quiet revolution. The pope approves of it, in many forms. And while skeptics were disappointed that the latest apostolic exhortation did not change church teachings regarding Catholics who are divorced or in same-sex marriages, the document signals the end for one particular kind of medieval millstone — Catholic guilt, especially in regard to sex.
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