As an erstwhile RC, personal morality was a common theme in sermons. It is rarely so, however, in Anglican sermons. More often then not morality is defined in social/societal terms, but rarely personal. I have yet it hear a sermon on abortion, pre-marital sex or marital fidelity. I've heard more than I care to remember about homosexuality - which affect at most 10% of the population - but little about the sexual indiscretions of the other 90%. Why is that?