Humanae Vitae

Author: Pope Paul VI

Publisher: Ignatius Press

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Category: Religion

Page: 30

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A revised and improved translation of Pope Paul VI's encyclical letter, Humanae vitae.

Humanae Vitae, a Generation Later

Author: Janet E Smith

Publisher: CUA Press

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Category: Philosophy

Page: 425

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Janet E. Smith presents a comprehensive review of this issue from a philosophical and theological perspective. Tracing the emergence of the debate from the mid-1960s and reviewing the documents from the Special Papl Commission established to advise Pope Paul VI, Smith also examines the Catholic Church's position on marriage, which provides context for its condemnation of contraception.

Humanae Vitae, 50 Years Later

Embracing God's Vision for Marriage, Love, and Life : a Compendium

Author: Charles J. Chaput

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Category: Religion

Page: 350

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"Experts representing a variety of disciplines including history, culture, theology, medicine, law, and psychology reflect upon the Catholic Church's teachings on marriage and licit methods for the regulation of births, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the papal document Humanae vitae. Includes selected bibliography"--

Why Humanae Vitae Was Right

A Reader

Author: Janet E. Smith

Publisher: Ignatius Press

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Category: Religion

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For the 25th anniversary year of the historic document Humanae Vitae(1968), Janet Smith has gathered together twenty-one outstanding essays and articles by well-respected thinkers to provide the demonstration that Pope Paul VI was not simply correct, but prophetic. While this document is still widely neglected and misunderstood, the Church continues to proclaim that contraception is a moral evil and that the view of man, sexuality, and marriage that leads to the use of the Pill is not one that is compatible with human dignity, sexual responsibility and spousal love. Many are unaware that there have been energetic and persuasive worth defenses of this teaching. The general reader, as well as the ethicist and moral theologian, will find much here to stimulate his thinking on this issue. Contributors include William May, Paul Quay, Elizabeth Anscombe, Dietrich von Hildebrand, Carlo Caffara, Cormac Burke, Ralph McInerny, John Kippley, John Finnis and Janet Smith.

Humanae Vitae

A Challenge to Love

Author: Catholic Church. Pope (1963-1978 : Paul VI)

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Category: Birth control

Page: 57

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Why Humanae Vitae Is Still Right

Author: Janet E. Smith

Publisher: Ignatius Press

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Category: Religion

Page: 380

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"Paul VI's genius proved prophetic: he had the courage to stand against the majority, to defend moral discipline, to exercise a 'brake' on the culture, to oppose present and future neo-Malthusianism." — Pope Francis "Of all the paradoxical fallout from the Pill, perhaps the least understood today is this: the most unfashionable, unwanted, and ubiquitously deplored moral teaching on earth is also the most thoroughly vindicated by the accumulation of secular, empirical, post-revolutionary fact. The document in question is of course, Humanae vitae." — Mary Eberstadt, Author, Adam and Eve after the Pill After half a century, how has the teaching of Pope Paul VI on marriage and birth control, presented in his encyclical Humanae vitae (On Human Life), held up? Very well, says philosopher Janet Smith and her colleagues in Why Humanae Vitae Is Still Right. A sequel to Smith's classic Why Humanae Vitae Was Right, this new volume shows how the ethical, theological, spiritual, and sociological case for Paul VI's controversial document remains strong—indeed, how it's in some ways even stronger today, following Pope John Paul II's Theology of the Body and in light of the problems caused by the sexual revolution. In addition to essays by Dr. Smith herself, the book features contributions by other renowned experts and scholars such as Mary Eberstadt (author of the best-selling Adam and Eve after the Pill), George Weigel, Therese Scarpelli Corey, Michael Waldstein, Christopher West, Obianuju Ekeocha (author of the best-selling Target Africa), Maria Fedoryka, Deborah Savage, Derek Doroski, Angela LaFranchi, William Newton, Joseph Atkinson, Michele M. Schumacher, and Peter Colosi. Why Humanae Vitae Is Still Right includes the Krakow Document composed under the supervision of Cardinal Karol Wojtyla (later, Pope John Paul II), which provided research by moral theologians and other experts that helped to shape Humanae vitae to be a more personalistic document.

Humanae vitae, 20 anni dopo

atti del II Congresso internazionale di teologia morale (Roma, 9-12 novembre 1988)

Author: Centro accademico romano della Santa Croce

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Category: Birth control

Page: 807

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Humanae vitae and the bishops

the encyclical and the statements of the national hierarchies

Author: John Horgan

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 367

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Moral theology after Humanae Vitae

fundamental issues in moral theory and sexual ethics

Author: Vincent Twomey

Publisher: Four Courts Pr Ltd

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Category: Religion

Page: 218

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The author discusses some of the major developments in fundamental moral theology which were sparked off by the publication of the hugely controversial encyclical, Humanae Vitae (1968), as well as the impact of its rejection by many leading moral theologians. Within the broader cultural background of modernity, Professor Twomey analyses this dissent and attempts to sketch an alternative moral theology based on the recovery of virtue as the context for moral reflection and on a new appreciation of the nature of sexuality. He also attempts a positive appreciation of the generally neglected doctrinal content of Pope Paul VIs encyclical that shook the world when it appeared in order to explain why Humanae Vitae remains to this day a sign of contradiction within the Church and beyond.