Tag: Artificial contraception

Catholic physicians highlight lesser known dangers of contraceptive use

Catholic physicians highlight lesser known dangers of contraceptive use

| Madeline Watkins | July 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

A team of Catholic Medical Association physicians and students are working on a comprehensive literature review of the medical effects of contraception, set to be available later this year.

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Nearly 500 British priests sign statement in support of ‘Humanae Vitae’

Nearly 500 British priests sign statement in support of ‘Humanae Vitae’

| June 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

Nearly 500 British priests have signed a statement in support of the papal encyclical that forbade married couples from using contraception.

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A better way for women’s health care

A better way for women’s health care

| Dr. Amy Fisher | June 5, 2018 | 0 Comments

In 1960, the first birth control pill was approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Since then, physicians have been using the birth control pill and a multitude of other hormonal methods packaged as injections, implants and intrauterine devices to regulate fertility and suppress women’s menstrual cycles.

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Catholic tradition guides teaching on contraception, archbishop says

Catholic tradition guides teaching on contraception, archbishop says

| Dennis Sadowski | April 5, 2018 | 0 Comments

The Catholic Church’s teaching on marriage, abortion, human sexuality and contraception is rooted in the same respect for human dignity that guides its work for social justice and care for poor people, Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput told a Catholic University of America audience.

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On contraception, church must continue to defend life, cardinal says

On contraception, church must continue to defend life, cardinal says

| Junno Arocho Esteves | October 30, 2017 | 15 Comments

The acceptance of artificial contraception by some Christian churches and communities beginning in the 1930s has led “to the monstrosity of what is today known as procreative medicine,” which includes abortion, said German Cardinal Walter Brandmuller.

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