Category Archives: Philosophy of Sex and sexual ethics

Marriage and Time Travel

Here’s a thought. Assume all the standard Catholic stuff about the sacrament of marriage, such as its indissolubility until the death of at least one of the two spouses. Suppose you get married, and then at some later point, while … Continue reading

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German Bishops and Contraceptive Technologies

Recently it was announced in Germany that Catholic hospitals would be treating rape victims with a morning-after pill. It was established that the morning-after pill is not an abortifacient (at least under certain conditions), and that it can be legitimately … Continue reading

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