The modern world offers a picture of relationships, love and marriage that has caused much uncertainty, confusion and heartache in our relationships with the opposite sex. John Paul II spent much of his life reminding us of what true Christian love is and offering a vision for relationships between men and women that is life-transforming. Discover John Paul II's practical wisdom on the real relationship issues we face every day and learn how it can transform our relationships with the opposite sex and prepare us for strong marriages rooted in Christ's love. BIO: Dr. Edward Sri is a regular EWTN guest and the author of several books, including two Catholic best-sellers: The New Rosary in Scripture: Biblical Insights for Praying the 20 Mysteries  (Servant) and The Da Vinci Deception: 100 Questions About the Facts and Fiction of The Da Vinci Code (Ascension Press) (coauthored with Mark Shea).

His most recent book, on men-women relationships, is called Men, Women and the Mystery of Love: Practical Insights on John Paul II’s Love and Responsibility (Servant).

Edward is a founding leader with Curtis Martin of FOCUS (Fellowship of Catholic University Students). He is professor of theology and Scripture at the Augustine Institute’s Master’s in Catechetics and Evangelization program in Denver, Colorado, and he regularly writes and speaks on Scripture, apologetics and the Catholic faith. He also serves as a visiting professor at Benedictine College, where he taught full-time for nine years. Edward holds a doctorate from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome. He resides with his wife Elizabeth and their four children in Littleton, Colorado.

Other book by Edward Sri include: Mystery of the Kingdom: On the Gospel of Matthew (Emmaus Road), Queen Mother: A Biblical Theology of Mary’s Queenship (Emmaus Road) and Dawn of the Messiah: The Coming of Christ in Scripture (Servant). He also is a  contributor to the popular apologetics series, Catholic for a Reason and the recent volume on Catholic theology of Mary, called Mariology (Queenship Publishing).