Nov 14

Protestant author has it wrong on birth control

pillsMark S. Latkovic, S.T.D. a Professor of Moral Theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary (Detroit, MI), where he has taught for over 23 years, counters erroneous claims about Catholic teachings on birth control with a commentary in which he points out that sex is for both procreation and union, and that Catholics generally no longer use the outdated and unreliable “rhythm method,” but natural family planning (NFP). In sum, he says, “the Catholic Church condemns contraception as always wrong, while she accepts NFP when practiced uprightly by spouses, that is, for serious reasons and good ends.” Read more here.

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  1. Joel Torczon

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