2 edition of Contraception and marital love found in the catalog.
Contraception and marital love
Paul M. Quay
Revised from Theological Studies, v.22, no.1, March 1961.
|Statement||Paul M. Quay.|
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The amazing Scotswoman Dr. Marie Stopes, founder of the first birth control clinic in the British Empire (The Mothers' Clinic in London, still running), in , wrote this ground-breaking book that devoted a chapter to the cyclic nature of women's sexual desire, a first, part of which appears below. If the act is non-marital, then (obviously) it is not consummatory of a marriage. Therefore, a willful contraceptive act of sexual intercourse does not fulfill the requirements of Canon for marital consummation. (Dr. May and I addressed in our last piece the question of whether couples who have intentionally sterilized themselves can get.
Married Love book. Read 26 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. account of how married couples should behave with each other sexually and one of the first publications dealing with birth control for this period. Married Love is a thoughtful discussion of turn-of-the-century love and marriage, with a great deal of /5(26). marital embrace—that “noble act” , the highest and fullest human expression of love for another person, to whom one gives one’s whole self: mind, heart, and even body when one uses contraception, he/she effectively lies to his/her spouse . The language of the act itself says: “I give myself completely to you,”.
What every Christian needs to know about love, marriage, and contraception—eye-opening reasons for you to give these Church teachings a closer look. Finally, you can learn the full truth about how contraception relates to love and marriage, including: What the Church really teaches about contraception, Why these teachings matter so much, and How they fit into the larger picture of. Before I get into the 12 required attributes of marital love, I want to talk about the two types of love which can exist within marriage. Both types of love are good to have in a marriage, but only one can form the lasting foundation for marriage, while the other may come and go.
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Marie Stopes ( - ), who popularized the use of birth control in Britain with her books 'Married Love' and 'Wise Parenthood' Ron Gerelli / Getty Images By Lily Rothman. Why Church teachings on contraception can never change; How periodic abstinence can actually strengthen a weak marriage; Plus, more to help you understand and appreciate the Church’s teachings on love and marriage.
BONUS: these pages include the complete text of Humanae Vitae, Pope Paul VI’s encyclical letter on contraception.
This book is really good for men and women, and it gives easy, step-by-step techniques that couples can immediately apply to give and get the love they want and need. I highly recommend." -- Sheri Meyers, a marriage and family therapist in Los Angeles.
Marital union is the union of a couple in love, with the God who is love. In this union, both couple and God work together to bring forth a new person. Paul VI so valued God’s creative plan for sex that he designated the first sentence of Humanae Vitae to it when he said that the “transmission of human life is a most serious role in which.
Married Love or Love in Marriage is a book by British academic Marie Stopes. It was one of the first books Contraception and marital love book to discuss birth control. The book begins by stating that 'More than ever to-day are happy homes needed.
It is my hope that this book may serve the State by adding to their number. Its object is to increase the joys of marriage, and to show how much sorrow may be avoided'.
The preface states that Author: Marie Stopes. So a book geared to teaching married couples how to have great sex (and thus a great marriage) was a service to the country. Stopes’s was a clever. Marital Processes Affecting Contraception.
Many dimensions of marital processes may influence key childbearing behaviors such as s the strongest and most obvious link between marital experiences and contraception to limit childbearing revolves around marriage timing.
Artificial Birth Control is, in effect, a forbidden fruit placed between the holy union of husband and wife. Is Natural Family Planning really effective.
The Johns Hopkins Institute called Natural Family Planning the best method of "birth control," saying it is 99% effective (as effective as Oral Contraceptives.
Oral contraceptives containing both estrogen and progesterone: This type of birth control pill is the most commonly prescribed.
They and Depo-Provera injections appear to work primarily by suppressing ovulation. Because of that, they can be considered true contraceptives since they prevent the union of sperm and majority of physicians.
Marie Stopes was a distinguished academic scientist and became the youngest doctor of science in Britain. But when her book Married Love was published on Mait.
From Love, By Love, For Love. Father Michael Schmitz tackles some of the most difficult topics in the Church today. With compassion, clarity, and humor, he shows that the Church's teachings on contraception and same-sex attraction are rooted in the yearnings for authentic love that is shared by all, who are made in the image and likeness of God.
Contraception: A History of Its Treatment by the Catholic Theologians and Canonists, Enlarged Edition (Paperback). In Life-Giving Love, Kimberly Hahn invites all families to embrace Catholic teaching on life issues.
With personal testimony and practical advice, she shows that God s design for union and procreation in marriage far from being a rigid, burdensome law is really a truth that allows us to be all we were created to s: Love, Marriage, and the Catholic Conscience clearly and exquisitely outlines the main arguments of the Church's modern and sophisticated teachings on the use of birth control.
Hildebrand clearly understands the sanctity of love and marriage as reflections of His love on s: 3. Contraception Decreases Love Itself. Recall that Jesus revealed to us on the Cross that the true and full nature of love is that love is self-gift. Husbands and wives are called to foster love and unity within their marriage.
Every couple seeks marriage precisely because they ardently desire to love. The most typical and widespread case of contraceptive behavior consists in an overall attitude of excluding in part or totally procreative finality from marital love.
In this case, which is the one of primary pastoral concern, contraceptive behavior has its root on the level of life plans and overall intentions involved in marital commitment.
EDWARD SRI In his book Love and Responsibility John Paul II reflects not simply on why contraception is immoral, but even more, on how contraception actually can destroy the love between a husband and wife in marriage.
The following is based on Dr. Sri's book, Men, Women and the Mystery of Love. Humanae Vitae summary: this encyclical, issued in by Pope Paul VI, gives the Church’s answer to questions of love and child rearing between married couples, specifically questions that have arisen from the conditions of the modern world.
Please see our Humanae Vitae Resources Page for more Catholic resources on marriage and contraception. The Church’s teaching on marital sexuality is an invitation for men and women—an invitation to let God be God, to receive the gift of God’s love and care, and to let this gift inform and transform us, so we may share that love with each other and with the world.
Contraception and Marital Union There is a modern argument for contraception which claims to speak in personalist terms, and which could be summarized as follows. The marital act expresses love; it unites. It has, indeed, a possible procreational "side effect" which can result in children.
But since this side-effect depends on. Every couple seeks marriage precisely because they ardently desire to love deeply and fully. But, love is a choice, and love is hard. Instead of facilitating love, contraception actually makes it more difficult to love. In Blessed John Paul II’s Theology of the Body, he explains that we communicate with our bodies.As female sexuality and premarital sex moved out of the shadows, the Pill became a convenient scapegoat for the sexual revolution among social conservatives.
Contraception Violates Marriage The conjugal union of husband and wife—marriage—is one bedrock human good, one basic form of love. By its nature, it is deepened by the bearing and rearing of new people.
But to thwart what so crowns a marriage is to .