Some articles on humanae vitae:
... Humanae Vitae Of his eight encyclicals, Pope Paul VI is best known for his encyclical Humanae Vitae (Of Human Life, subtitled On the Regulation of Birth), published on 25 ... For this reason, Paul VI teaches in the first sentence of Humanae Vitae that the transmission of human life is a most serious role in which married people collaborate ... The Senate of Bolivia passed a resolution stating that Humanae Vitae could be discussed in its implications for individual consciences, but was of greatest significance because the papal document defended ...
... Humanae Vitae and Poland refers to the birth control controversy between the Communist Polish government and the Roman Catholic Church ... Humanae Vitae was essential for the Church in Poland to continue its struggle with the government ...
... organized by the Pontifical Lateran University on the 40th anniversary of Humanae Vitae ... – "so controversial, yet so crucial for humanity's future." Humanae Vitae became "a sign of contradiction but also of continuity of the Church's doctrine and tradition.. ... The key message of Humanae Vitae is love ...
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