The simplest summary of Sex, Love, and Marriage by Paul Flaman, associate theology professor at St. Joseph’s College at the University of Alberta, is that it is a presentation of the Catholic position on sexuality and marriage with reflections based on the author’s own research and experiences.
Although it deals with moral theology (as well as creation, anthropology, Biblical exegesis, and magisterial authority), it is not a “theoretical” book.  Its goal is extremely practical: it wants the reader to experience sexuality in a spiritually and psychologically healthy way, and contains a lot of pragmatic information that gives the book pastoral as

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