“The institute that bears his name must study marriage and the family with this same breadth of vision, because the family is at the interface of all the human realities that Christ came to welcome, elevate and save.”
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Just as they did in 1968, Catholic dissidents push alternate narrative ahead of official Church teaching.
Fertility is biological, but it is not just biological.
The rejection of the document's teachings has created a “vocational crisis,” Bishop Wall said, because parents are not learning to be generous with God, and therefore their children are not learning to be generous with God and to trust him with his plan for their lives.
The generosity that Pope Paul VI talks about in regard to responsible parenthood is a kind of courage.
DIFFICULT MORAL QUESTIONS: Answering the dilemma of whether Catholics can resort to in vitro fertilization to produce children raises another crucial question: Is it ever morally legitimate to create new human life outside the context of marital intercourse?
It is the Catholic Church, not Melinda Gates, who is the “pillar and foundation” of truth.