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Marriage and Sexuality: Biology or Theology? Comments

When we begin to understand the mystery of the Sacrament of Marriage and how it is a reflection of the marriage of Christ and the Church (Ephesians 5: 21-33), we can then begin to understand why contraception is intrinsically evil.  In order to be in tune with God and His holy will, a married man and a married woman must have a profound, intimate and personal relationship with God.  This relationship is fostered and deepened through a ... Continue Reading

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  1. Helen Doon
    2 years ago

    This information should be out in schools much earlier...In this society today, kids in 7th and 8th grades need to know this because their developments are much heighten during that period....

  2. Jennifer
    2 years ago

    Outstanding article, Fr. James. I hope the young Catholics today will do better than my generation has. To be honest, I'd never heard of Humanae Vitae until maybe 10 years ago. It certainly wasn't something I was ever taught or heard mention of from my priest growing up. But that was then, and this is now, and now is the time for faithful, dynamic Catholics to reclaim their parishes and teach their kids what nobody taught them. Whining is a waste of time; we've got work to do. Thank you for doing it.

  3. Juneau Alaska
    2 years ago

    If Catholics want to believe this, fine (though most don't). But it is impossible for the US Govt. to enforce theological positions in public policy.

    Please stop trying to do so!


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