Saturday, March 16, 2013

The Costs of the Catholic Church's Opposition to Contraception

MSNBC: The Catholic Church’s costly stance on contraception, by Meredith Clark:

The election of Pope Francis on Wednesday has reignited the discussion about the future of the Catholic Church and whether it will address the ever-growing gap between doctrine and modern society. The cost of its intransigence is not simply a moral one; the church’s anti-contraception stance has a major economic impact for its 1.2 billion members, both in the developing world and the U.S. . . .

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