Rumors are circulating in Rome that a secret Vatican commission is reviewing Pope Paul VI's encyclical letter, Humanae Vitae (1969), writes Marco Tosatti. It affirms the Catholic teaching regarding the rejection of artificial contraception. According to Tosatti, the goal of the commission, wanted by Pope Francis, would be a change to allow artificial contraception.
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Not even Pope Humbleness can decree a change to truth. The church that resides in Rome is an impostor. A Pope cannot teach that adultery is ok "in certain circumstances," or that artificial contraception is ok.
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This dangerous, disastrous decision would, according to research, affirm 87% of Catholic women contracepting. What is it the Catholic hierarchy can possibly see as a good outcome of answering as if a politician rather than answering to God? If 9 out of 10 people are murderers, this becomes a reason to condone murder? The exact opposite is true!