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Contraception and Catholicism

Questions Covered:

  • 13:43 - Thank you for writing your books. I am a healthcare provider. Do you see any changes being made in the medical field regarding education about birth control?  
  • 17:30 - I have a daughter who left the Catholic Church who is getting married in May and I am trying to explain contraception to her. How can I help her to understand how any medicine or barrier is denying God’s plan? How can I explain that NFP is not just a Catholic version of a condom? 
  • 21:00 - Why would you advocate for teaching abstinence in schools when it is not as effective in preventing pregnancy as contraception teaching schools? 
  • 29:45 - Isn’t it better to have contraceptive options rather than having more abortions? Is the morning after pill okay? 
  • 34:20 - Is contraception biologically altering our environment and the men in our environment?  
  • 43:42 - I have heard that birth control is an abortifacient in that it does not prevent the pregnancy but forces the rupture of the uterine lining. Is this true? 
  • 47:00 - Since Margaret Sanger wanted to protect women from their fertility, what has been the result of the increased utilitarian view of men and women as objects? Which is more serious- the attack on fertility or this objectification of people? 
  • 52:25 - Is contraception dehumanizing to children? 


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