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Contraception

Have Catholics ‘Contracepted’ Away Their Schools?

One of the consequences of the the silence of many clergy on contraception and abortion

Religious Freedom Concerns Remain After Final HHS Mandate Rules

The government continues to claim no religious freedom is threatened, even while religious leaders say otherwise

Is It About Religious Liberty, or Really About Contraception?

Aleteia Experts weigh in on the USCCB's second Fortnight for Freedom

White Deaths Now Outnumber Births in America

Other racial groups are expected to fall below replacement rates as well as they further adopt the prevailing anti-life culture

Critics Decry Decision to Remove Age Limits for Plan B

There will no longer be legal age limits for buying the controversial drug

Morning-After Pill to Be Available Over-the-Counter to 15-Years-Olds

The New York Catholic Conference called the ruling a “recipe for disaster”

HHS Mandate To Go Into Effect In August Without Change

Kathleen Sebelius made the confirmation as the time for public comment ended

Judge Orders ‘Morning After’ Pill to Be Available Without Prescription

The order overturns a 2011 decision of HHS to require prescriptions for girls under 17

Does the Catholic Church allow contraception?

No, the use of contraception distorts the nature of sex and God's design for marriage.

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