• invalid-0

    To fight against the use of condoms is the fight against common sense. To the extent that people already engage in sexual activitices, condoms can hardly be seeen as exascerbating the problem. I think the real issue is to teach responsible sexual behavior. Preaching abstinence is an anachronism that’s out of touch with reality. You can find more of this perspective at: http://www.ricoexplainsitall.com/politcs-economy/2009/3/20/sex-and-the-vatican-city.html

  • paul-bradford

    I wonder how many of you have heard of Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini? You’ve got to ask yourself, "Why would someone with those opinions choose, not only to remain in the Church, but to rise to the level of Cardinal?"

     

    There are good things about being a Catholic that make it worthwhile to put up with the bad things about being a Catholic.  Don’t forget, the Church strives to be universal. That means we take everybody. That means, if you’re in, you have to figure out a way to put up with everybody.

     

     

    Paul Bradford

    Pro-Life Catholics for Choice

  • invalid-0

    The Pope is only trying to force his belief system on africa. I wrote about it myself in my blog:

    http://www.thisisawebsite.info/2009/03/22/pope-says-no-condoms-for-africa/

    check it out if you want too :)

  • http://www.diseases-info.net invalid-0

    Joe you wright an aggressive article but I have to agree to you totally! The attitude of the pope is irresponsible and a person like him who is such a big authority for millions of people should reconsider this thoughts. It seams that the pope is trying to save “possible life” on the cost of existing life – this is wrong and can not be! By the way I read once that the Vatican is the owner of a condom factory but I din´t verified this.

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