Contraception and Catholicism: What the Church Teaches and Why

Contraception and Catholicism What the Church Teaches and Why Providing a comprehensive understanding of the Catholic Church s teaching on contraception Angela Franks PhD an experienced pro life speaker and educator explores how to live in accordance with Ca

  • Title: Contraception and Catholicism: What the Church Teaches and Why
  • Author: Angela Franks
  • ISBN: 9780819816382
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Paperback
  • Providing a comprehensive understanding of the Catholic Church s teaching on contraception, Angela Franks, PhD, an experienced pro life speaker and educator, explores how to live in accordance with Catholic sexual teaching and equips readers with the knowledge to explain the teaching to others.

    One thought on “Contraception and Catholicism: What the Church Teaches and Why”

    1. The church's teaching on marital love, sex and contraception that is simple and real.All Christians seeking truth of God's purpose for marriage should read this and all who feel there's a lot more to marriage and sex than what popular culture 'teaches'

    2. I read this book after reading Pope Paul VI's Humanae Vitae and it was a nice additional supplement to it! It's written simply so the average everyday person can understand without getting bogged down by theology not always fully understood when explained. This book is great for someone already on the discovery track of learning more about what the Catholic Church's stance on contraception and why. I love how she explains the eugenics connection to contraception which is so often glossed over an [...]

    3. This book is the definition of preaching to the choir. If you don't already believe that contraception is immoral/wrong/etc. - this book will definitely not convince you. If you're already Catholic and supportive of NFP - read on - you'll enjoy the spiritual perspective and uplifting message; if you're not - keep looking, because this book won't answer your questions or increase your understanding of Catholic teaching. Furthermore, the author shamelessly promotes herself and this book by suggest [...]

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