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The church's teaching against artificial birth control in Humanae Vitae is: 37% A Prophetic 68% statement and safeguard against sexual permissiveness.
Shirin Ebadi, the 2003 Peace Prize recipient, is a practicing Muslim whose faith also teaches against artificial birth control.
AIDS, teen pregnancy) most non-Catholics find the Church's opposition to artificial birth control extremely puzzling.
A Searchlight spokesman said: "The group seeks to promote the 'moral order' by opposing abortion, artificial birth control and homosexuality.
Some critics argued that her opposition to artificial birth control and abortion was harmful to India, a nation of more than 900 million.
Just as all forms of artificial birth control go against the natural purpose of conjugal relations - namely, procreation - so the use of all forms of man-made antibiotics interfere with the God-given design of bacteria and viruses and how He intends them to interact with the human body.
The euphoria following the council seemed to end with two encyclicals: Sacerdotalis Celibatus (1967), which called for the continuation of mandatory clerical celibacy; and Humanae Vitae (1968), which called for the condemnation of artificial birth control despite the scholarly majority reports demanding policy changes.
Both Borgmann's hypermodem jog and artificial birth control technologies are examples of hyperreality in which we choose to replace the reality of nature by controlling or subjugating it by technological means.
The real question of Humanae Vitae is not the prohibition of artificial birth control.
Because the coalition is in constant danger of violating the Catholic Church's prohibition on artificial birth control, staffers get around the problem with verbal gymnastics worthy of Thomist philosophers.
NEW YORK -- Nearly 50 years since Pope Paul VI issued Humanae Vitae, the encyclical that rejected the use of artificial birth control, a group of prominent Catholic theologians, ethicists and physicians has produced a report reassessing and challenging the papal document.
Philippines' President-elect Rodrigo Duterte said Monday he would promote artificial birth control in the country even if it means getting in a fight with the Catholic church, a dominant force in the country that strongly opposes the use of contraceptives.
In a recent press conference here, he slammed the Church for not being able to help the people as he pushed for the implementation of artificial birth control methods for families with multiple children.
President Aquino has waged a campaign against poverty, an issue close to Francis' heart, although the Philippine leader has clashed with the local Roman Catholic Church over a reproductive health law that promotes artificial birth control.
Paul penned the 1968 encyclical "Humanae Vitae" which enshrined the church's opposition to artificial birth control.