It’s actually the sidebar to the main article. It had me worried at first, because it started off with “the sex talk” in marriage prep, and the hypothetical modern young engaged person thinking, “What does this guy know about sex?” The article proceeds, “Here’s a seminary that teaches its students the reality of sex,” and I was like, “Oh, no!” But they mean the reality, not the “reality” of it, if that makes sense.
Anyway, they actually teach a full NFP course, with various medical experts and everything, so the future priests will be able to deal with the subject in their ministry.
That said, I wonder if the subject really *is* appropriate to celibate priests? Shouldn’t this be mandatory training for permanent deacons?