View Larger Image Finding Our Father #13 – Healing From Homosexuality with A.J. Benjamin Joseph Sciambra2020-09-28T04:29:07+00:00September 28th, 2020|Blog, Podcast| Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditPinterest Related Posts Gallery No Habeo Papam: How Pope Francis Lost Me October 27th, 2020 | 8 Comments Gallery Ordained by a Predator: A Conversation with Fr. Mark White October 26th, 2020 | 1 Comment Gallery Finding Our Father #15 – Because of Our Fathers: A Conversation with Tyler Rowley October 20th, 2020 | 0 Comments Gallery Is the life of an unborn baby worth more than that of a gay man? October 17th, 2020 | 13 Comments Gallery Homosexuality and the Catholic Church: A Discussion with Bishop Joseph Strickland October 8th, 2020 2 Comments Anonymous September 28, 2020 at 10:57 am Joseph, I’m 36 minutes into the interview and am into the interview, BUT it’s occurring to me that my childhood was very different than yours and A.J.’s, at least on the surface, e.g.: – I was an athlete – Not artistic – Dad was not abusive in any way – Not sensitive to criticism, and was able to joke around with other males – Zero porn – Zero sexual abuse (till as a 24-year-old virgin, who knew ZERO about sex, a priest I thought was a saint and the wisest man in the world, tricked me after 6 years of grooming into situation where he caused me to ejaculate.) – Was a happy camper growing up – Extrovert Have any of your interviews involved guys more like me than you? Anonymous September 28, 2020 at 2:56 pm Now that I have finished the entire interview, I have a few more comments: 1. A.J. has been married to a woman for 17 years and has never regretted it for a single day, and they have children. 2. For you parents of boys who might be tempted, Joseph recommends this book because it shows that your son is not doomed to follow the dead-end road of homosexuality. It’s critical that you do not send him to one of the apparent majority of priests and bishops (such as the “Pope”) that counsel boys to embrace their temptation toward mortal sin. 3. Joseph, am I just not noticing A.J.’s links here at your website? I went to YouTube to retrieve them, and here they are in case others are looking: A) A.J.’s website: http://www.thesilentknight.net B) The very helpful Catholic organization of mostly strong, mostly straight men: https://paradisusdei.org/that-man-is-you 4. This was a smooth interview, Joseph. You let A.J. finish saying what he wanted to say, and then you organically and gently guided him to the next topic. Comments are closed.