Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Pope Affirms Catholic Anti-Contraception Policy While Criticizing "Breeding Like Rabbits"
NPR: Pope Francis Says Catholics Don't Need To Breed 'Like Rabbits', by Jasmine Garsd:
On his return trip from Asia, Pope Francis made strong statements supporting the church's ban on artificial means of birth control. He also said Catholics should practice "responsible parenthood" and don't have to breed "like rabbits." . . .
Reuters: Pope says birth control ban doesn't mean breed 'like rabbits', by Philip Pullella:
Catholics should not feel they have to breed "like rabbits" because of the Church's ban on contraception, Pope Francis said on Monday, suggesting approved natural family planning methods. . . .
The leader of the 1.2-billion-strong Roman Catholic Church restated its ban on artificial birth control, adding there were "many ways that are allowed" to practise natural family planning. . . .