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Humanae Vitae: Two Little Words Too Seldom Heard Comments

It is no coincidence that the Gospel reading of Saturdays Mass regarding children comes immediately after yesterday's Gospel reading which was about marriage. Could it be any clearer? Jesus is not revealing anything astoundingly new here but merely stating the obvious. Continue Reading

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  1. Cory
    1 year ago

    right on! with contraception, the procreative aspect is removed from the marital union. 'i love you' eventually is deduced to mean 'you please me'.

    and we wonder why we can't argue gay marriage supporters- because we fell into their mindset by neglecting humanae vitae.

    God help us!

  2. Jason G. Hull
    1 year ago

    I wrote an article on this topic titled "Redefining Marriage." In it I argue that that advent of contraception led us to this place of identifying homosexual relationships as marriage. Ultimately, we have already redefined marriage. This current effort to legally invent homosexual "marriage" is simply an effort to permanently enshrine our society's already perverted understanding of marriage. I encourage you to check out the article, and the link included in the article which is to an audio recording of homosexual "marriage" advocates discussing marriage equality. In it they outline how their ultimate goal in "marriage equality" is actually the destruction of marriage. It is quite disturbing. That article can be found here:

    https://www.facebook.com/notes/jason-g-hull/redefining-marriage/10151655114345676

    Also, in the spirit of this article and the "two little words" of great necessity, here is a link to Humanae Vitae:

    http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/paul_vi/encyclicals/documents/hf_p-vi_enc_25071968_humanae-vitae_en.html

    May God guide us and give us the courage and wisdom to fight this battle.


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