The body, and it alone, is capable of making visible what is invisible: the spiritual and the divine. It was created to transfer into the visible reality of the world the mystery hidden since time immemorial in God, and thus be a sign of it.
— St. John Paul II
Pope Saint John Paul II’s Theology of the Body is comprised of 129 addresses he gave over the first five years (September 5, 1979 — November 28, 1984) of his pontificate during his weekly Wednesday audience. It is divided into six cycles according to subject:
George Weigel described the Theology of the Body as "one of the boldest reconfigurations of Catholic theology in centuries," saying it is a "kind of theological time bomb set to go off with dramatic consequences, sometime in the third millennium of the Church." According to Weigel, when it does "it will compel a dramatic development of thinking about virtually every major theme in the Creed." The following are post about, or relating to, the Theology of the Body.
Theology of the Body, Part 1