Christian views on birth control Prior to the th century, three major branches of Christianity Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism, and Protestantism generally held a critical perspective of birth control, including the leading Protestant reformers Martin Luther and John Calvin.Among Christian denominations today, however, there is a large variety of positions towards birth control. Catholics and Contraception An American History Cushwa Catholics and Contraception An American History Cushwa Center Studies of Catholicism in Twentieth Century America Leslie Woodcock Tentler on FREE shipping on qualifying offers As Americans rethought sex in the twentieth century, the Catholic Church s teachings on the divisive issue of contraception in marriage were in many ways central. Religion and birth control Among Christian denominations today there are a large variety of positions towards contraception The Roman Catholic Church has disallowed artificial contraception for Family Planning and Religion The Roman Catholic Church s Catholicism and Family Planning In the past, some people have associated the Catholic religion with very prudent views on sex Some believed that the Roman Catholic Church frowned upon all acts of sexual activity except for the purpose of procreation. Contraception and the Reformed Faith Called to Communion The Catholic Church has stood, since its inception, firmly against the use of any artificial methods of contraception In fact, it is the only Christian institution that, as a whole, has held this teaching consistently for all of Christian history. Catechism of the Catholic Church PART SECTION Second Edition English Translation of the Catechism of the Catholic Church with Index, Cross references and Search Utility Catholicism Islam Ties that Bind Reaching Catholics The above title became a source of controversy when I used it for a talk given at a recent prophecy conference What I found curious about the commotion was that it came from Catholics and some evangelicals who had yet to hear my presentation. Notre Dame Isn t That Interested In Catholicism Or On occasion, every pundit has to eat her words It s pretty rare to have to do this within minutes of publication.But that s where I found myself last week, after writing an essay in praise Similaries and differences between, and criticisms of, the Cathars and Cathar Beliefs in the Languedoc Cathar Church v Catholic Church v Waldensian Church The Catholic Church and Homosexuality dummies The Catholic Church respects and loves the homosexual person the same as it does the heterosexual Catholicism teaches that homosexual people must be treated with respect, compassion, and sensitivity.