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Liberal Secularism and Subsidizing Unchastity Comments

The Church has an entire different vision of contraception.  Based upon the natural law and the teachings of the Gospel, the Church insists that the use of artificial contraception, whether as an end in itself or a means as an end, is an intrinsic evil, a moral wrong admitting no exceptions. It is a wrong based upon natural law, which means it morally obliges the entire world no less than does the injunction "Thou shalt not kill." Continue Reading

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  1. Kn
    3 years ago

    Strange how you didn't even read her comments. She testified that her friend, who needed hormonal treatment for endometriosis, was denied drugs because of the no birth control rule. The lady lost an ovary because she couldn't afford treatment.

    Stop listening to a man who is on his 4th wife and after 3 other marriages, has no children. Think any birth control in place there?

    No better than Limbaugh.

  2. Cathy S
    3 years ago

    Excellent article - great read, and so true!
    I am put in the unenviable position, though of having to defend Rush Limbaugh. I heard his commentary on Sandra Fluke, and he never actually called her names. He did question how much sex she must be having to be in such dire need of $3000 worth of birth control, and if she had any time left over for her studies at the prestigious Georgetown Law, but it is the left who characterized his commentary as actually calling her vile names. That just wasn't the case, but by characterizing his commentary that way, they get to "change the conversation" and shame anyone who disagrees with their narrative, don't they?

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