Come to the CCL Social Nov. 2
Join your CCL friends on Nov. 2 from 7-9 pm at Queen of the Rosary school in Elk Grove Village. Please bring an appetizer or a dessert to share. We will meet in the lobby next to the school gym, where grownups can catch up while the kids play. We look forward to seeing you! Please RSVP by November 1 to Anne McClure.
What does the Catholic Church Really Teach About the Use of NFP?
Despite clear Church approval, NFP is opposed by more than just lukewarm Catholics
They identify themselves as traditionalists, or are genuinely sincere about following the Catholic Church’s teaching on birth control. One would think they would be the most zealous promoters of NFP, considering the vast amount of Catholics who ignore the Church’s moral condemnation of artificial birth control.
Rather, certain members of this demographic group profess opposition to the legitimate use of NFP.
Whether the opposition arises from an idea that God alone should determine family size, or that the only reason for conjugal union is procreation, such talk is unfounded.
While some such opponents will accept the principle of NFP, they will limit the validity of its use to the most minimal circumstances. Because of an error in translationof the 1968 encyclical Humanae Vitae, many claim that spouses must have a “serious” reason to use NFP. The correct English translation however, refers to “just reasons”.
Better sex? Yes, Christian married couples are happier over it!
Love, Sex, and the Modern Mind That Just Doesn’t Get It
Headlines and blogs were alive last month with the news that recent studies show that practicing Christian married couples have better sex.
Married folks who attended worship services more often reported that they had sex more often, felt higher degrees of satisfaction with their sex lives and, most of all, were more likely to report that they felt truly loved by their partner during sex, research shows.