Contraception Videos

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If you haven’t been on You Tube lately you might want to check out some of their videos about contraception. I have always thought there was something wrong with taking medication when there is nothing physically wrong with you. Fertility is not a disease or condition that requires medical attention. Ovulation, and even pregnancy, is a normal, healthy part of … Read More

Abortions in England, Cont.

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Yesterday I posted about the rise in abortions in England and the health professionals’ call for greater access to contraception in order to prevent these unintended pregnancies. Life News has an article this week about PM Tony Blair’s meeting with Pope Benedict in which they offered some numbers regarding abortions in England. The most interesting number mentioned in the article … Read More

Abortions in England

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Abortions were up 4% in England and Wales in 2006, especially among teenagers. What this suggests is that more women are using abortion as birth control since nearly one third of those who are having abortions have already had one before. The answer? Why, greater access to contraception, of course. That is the battle cry among so called “health professionals” … Read More

NFP vs. Contraception

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Alright, I am getting really behind here. The second and third installments of Fr. Euteneuer’s mini catechesis on contraception are out. This second topic addresses the misconception that natural family planning is just “Church approved birth control.” The third topic regards the myth of overpopulation. A few words on NFP and contraception. First, it is important to remember that for … Read More

Contraception Prevents Abortion, Doesn’t It?

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Not so as Fr. Euteneuer explains in the first of a series of video emails explaining common contraception msiconceptions. As I said in the comments section of my previous post on this subject, the Sean Hannity contraception flap is not just about Sean and Fr. E. knows it. That is what prompted this video series. As he mentioned in on … Read More

Hope For Hannity

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I do not wish to add further commentary on this issue, but I do want to say that I would like to see some good come out of this, namely that Sean will come to a further understanding and acceptance on the important issues of his Catholic faith. So I offer this passage from the news article on LifeSite, which … Read More

Sean Hannity and Contraception

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I am happy to report that I have returned safely from another relaxing and reflective retreat. These retreats always serve to reinforce my love for and faith in the Catholic Church and all of her rich moral truths. Which is why I take issue with Sean Hannity’s recent interview with Fr. Euteneuer about his criticism of Sean’s stance on artificial … Read More

“How Can There Be Too Many Children?”

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“That is like saying there are too many flowers” (Mother Teresa). Nowadays the use of contraception is quite accepted and even encouraged and couples frequently aren’t encouraged to ever actually have children. And when they do, it seems that it is frowned upon for them to have more than one or two. Even in the Catholic Church, over 90% of … Read More

Tasty and High-Tech Contraceptives

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Mmm Mmm Good! In an attempt to help reduce the level of birth control pill “failures,” one company has come up with a chewable, spearmint flavored pill to entice women to take the pills regularly. The idea is that if the pill is tasty and fun to take then women would be less likely to forget or skip doses, ensuring … Read More