As you know, the Catholic Church promotes total abstinence from sex except with your marriage partner. Here are a couple of sites that discuss this.
Chastity -- a non-guilt-trip promotion of the idea of self-discipline and saving oneself for marriage. Articles on relationships, recorded talks on youth topics, even a list of speakers that can be invited.
Goretti Group -- Maria Goretti was killed resisting rape, and is a patron saint of chastity. This group promotes chastity, offering several good books and speakers. Gay or lesbian and uncomfortable about it? Need to talk with someone who cares and understands? Try the Trevor Project. At this site, crisis counseling, a question-and-answer page, and social networking are all available. Tel. 866-4U-TREVOR.
Another site that should be helpful is Dads.org. So many topics! -- advice and answers; sex education; parental monitoring of tv and internet use; dealing with porn; building up one's marriage; homosexuality; mistakes parents make; Christian fatherhood; books and CDs.
For moms, there is CatholicMoms, which has a lot of articles for them. New moms, adoption, sites safe for kids, book recommendations.
Angelfire offers advice, prayers, and articles on parenting that may help.
Vibrant Faith at Home -- connecting faith to life. For parents, grandparents, couples, young adults, young families, families with teens. Parent Further -- Web seminars on topics like parenting strategies, discipline and values, family communication, social media, high-risk behavior, etc.
PBS Parents -- Ideas for parenting kids up to about 8 years old. Particular needs of boys, or of girls. Foods, crafts, parties, games, etc. Has a special section on military families. Zero to Three -- Parenting toddlers, especially in military families (click on link at bottom of the page that opens).
MOPS-- Mothers of Preschoolers -- articles, tips. Promotes formation of local groups.
How 'bout an app designed to help new parents through pregnancy? Try "Baby Bump" for information, images, tracking tools, etc. Comes with recommendation from Parents' Magazine. Android. Offers "in-app" purchases at $3 each.
Information on religious and priestly vocations in general can be found at this national site.
For the Honolulu diocese, the vocations page can be found here.
For the Marianists -- Brothers, priests, and Sisters -- check out this site.
For the Sisters of St. Joseph, here is a place to get info.
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Family Life Center -- articles on strengthening marriages, enhancing communication, parenting, eliminating porn in the home, etc.