A recent survey by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life cites that half of American Catholics who have left the church found the church's teachings on birth control as a reason they left. In the pill's 50th. year, the Catholic church is acknowledging the anniversary with increased abstinence advocacy, and for some couples, it is changing their minds. Niraj Warikoo of The Detroit Free Press discusses the tension between natural family planning and artificial contraceptives in his article Forget contraceptives, go natural, church teaches.
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- Pope Francis' focus on South Korean trip: a call for reconciliation
- Overcharging and underperforming in the clubby world of military contracts
- Salt Lake City diocese launches lay ministry training in Spanish
- Special Section [Newspaper only]: Ministry & Mission
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