COMMENTARY: Paul VI’s prophetic encyclical — like the moral teachings of the Church more broadly — is both a pro-life and traditional encyclical and a progressive social encyclical.
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Jesuit Cardinal Luis Ladaria Ferrer, prefect of the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith, gave the opening remarks at a May 19-20 congress on ‘Humanae Vitae,’ the 1968 landmark encyclical from St. Paul VI.
John Finnis to Pontifical Academy for Life: Church’s Infallible Teaching Against Contraception Is ‘Certainly True’
The renowned professor of natural law spoke last month at a Rome conference, convened in response to a recent Pontifical Academy for Life publication that challenged this teaching.
‘Our experience and science confirm that it is possible to follow and apply the teachings of the Catholic Church and accompany couples in their specific situations without departing from the teachings of Humanae Vitae.’
A Vatican-published book synthesizing the three-day conference recently came under fire for suggesting that the Catholic Church’s constant opposition to the use of contraception in marriage — clarified in the encyclical Humanae vitae — could change.
Hollywood’s embrace of a new morality in the 1960s takes a disturbing turn.
“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.”