Grr I had typed out a long reply and my computer crashed!
Basic upshot: Excellent sermon, Fr. is not being Jancenistic, he is simply being brutally honest about human nature, and if people have a problem with what he's saying, then they are deceiving themselves in that regard. Kissing is an occasion of sin, being alone together (I mean totally alone, like in a car etc) is an occasion of sin, dating is not a recreational activity to be enjoyed even without any intention or means of getting married. Can you imagine a holy couple such as St. Therese of the Child Jesus's parents trying to push the boundaries during courtship? Never!
Your concern for the soul of your boy/girlfriend's soul should come first, every time, and courting does NOT give you an automatic right to put yourself and them in the occasions of sin.
The thing about looking in someone's eyes was not said in the way the FE posters made it sound- Fr. was talking about staring into each other's eyes for ages, and it sounded a little tongue-in-cheek when he said it (he was refering to older books, btw, not something he invented). Fr. didn't say you should avoid all eye contact like some kind of nut!
Bottom line: Great sermon, and much food for thought, practical advice,and doubtless to be unpopular with those who would rather not accept that human nature is frail and we are easily tempted to sins of impurity.