Loading comments… Trouble loading? But he also had a broader vision: U-turn or more of the same? If Pope Francis voices support for contraception to limit the spread of communicable diseases, some Catholic organizations say they are ready and willing to work with the idea. The key races that tell the story of the midterms. Quite a bit of weight, in fact, especially in the global South.
The Vatican said the two men met Tuesday and the Pope accepted the resignation on Wednesday. Pope's condom battle They began to retool Uganda's AIDS prevention efforts away from abstinence and fidelity—goals that many Westerners felt were unrealistic. Janet Smith provides a helpful analogy: Light of the World , pp. The pope is being interviewed. Advertisement This false and dangerous assertion caused an immediate uproar from governments around the world.
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HIV can be transferred through sexual contact, pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and through the use of injection drugs. Rome CNN Pope Francis has forced the head of an ancient Catholic order to resign in an unusually public rebuke of conservative leadership within the Catholic Church. In order to stem the national and international impact of the church's teaching on condoms, Catholics for Choice's Condoms4Life campaign provides a vocal counterpoint to the Vatican's stance on condom use. At the same time, however, the institutional church continually lobbies governments to exclude condom promotion from development aid, and the impact of the Vatican's stance on condom use is far reaching and perilous. Yes, and Francis pointed to it Thursday.
News content accessible to CNS Subscribers. The Vatican insists that, like other Archbishops, Ratzinger wasn't responsible for the parish assignments of priests, even those with a history of abusing children. He maintains that Pope Paul VI did acknowledge exceptions in unusual circumstances and that he expected theologians and bishops to remind people of their conscience as their ultimate norm of right and wrong. Let them thoughtfully take into account both their own welfare and that of their children, those already born and those which the future may bring. It remains regrettable that Pope Francis could not take the final step and abolish the official total ban of contraception. In a particular way, with the Encyclical Humanae Vitae he brought out the intrinsic bond between conjugal love and the generation of life: