Born in Konstanz, Germany in 1940, Gabriele Kuby is an author and international speaker. She studied sociology at the Free University in Berlin and Constance and graduated with a master's degree. She worked as a translator and interpreter for twenty years. After a long search, she joined the Catholic Church in 1997. She published her first critical analysis of gender ideology in 2006. Her book The Global Sexual Revolution: Destruction of Freedom in the Name of Freedom has so far been translated into eleven languages. Gabriele Kuby is a mother of three children.
Gabriele Kuby and Michael D. O’Brien, internationally published authors, cry from the rooftops what many feel and think in the midst of the crisis of abuse of sexuality in the Catholic Church: Admit the truth, repent, clean the house of the Lord, whatever the cost. They deplore the fact that this course of action has not even begun—too extensive, too powerful are the networks of those who would rather change the perennial teaching of the Church than convert. As Catholics who love the Church, the authors believe that behind the visible darkness is the light of a divine plan leading to the ultimate victory of Christ. Gabriele Kuby, author of the book The Sexual Revolution: Destruction of Freedom in the Name of Freedom, sees the crisis of the Church as an outflow of the abuse of sexuality in the whole of Western society.
Michael O’Brien, famous for his novel Father Elijah, accounts for the first time his devastating personal experience of abuse in a Catholic boarding school and reflects on lessons we must learn from the current crisis. As compass and map in a disorientated world, Abuse of Sexuality in the Catholic Church includes two important documents by true shepherds of the Catholic flock, Gerhard Cardinal Müller and Pope Benedict XVI. em.