Saturday, July 4, 2020

CC040: Humanae Vitae, Part 2

Must Read

Saints for Today: Mary Euphrasia Pelletier, Religious (1796 – 1868)

Dr. Pelletier baptized his infant daughter at home because of the anti-Catholic persecution then raging.

Saints for Today: St. Irenaeus, Bishop & Martyr (130-220)

Irenaeus is without a doubt one of the greatest theologians of the second century.

Announcement of Death of Douglas McNeill, Former Priest of the Diocese

To the people of the Diocese of Gallup, The Diocese of Gallup has been informed of the passing of Douglas...
Bishop James S. Wallhttp://dioceseofgallup.org
Bishop James Wall is the fourth Bishop of the Diocese of Gallup.

In the second part of our dual series on Humanae Vitae, Bishop Wall takes a look at the positive outcomes predicted by Pope Paul VI, and how Catholics who remain faithful to the teachings of the Church experience high levels of marriage stability and happiness.

Topics Discussed:

Recap of Pope Paul VI’s four predictions, and possible positive outcomes:
2:10 – Marriage and fidelity
4:20 – Combating a lowering of moral standards in society
06:35 – Respect for women
08:55 – God and government
15:31 – Pope Paul VI’s upcoming canonization
20:35 – God sends the right leader for the right time
22:05 – How Humane Vitae has influenced Bishop Wall

References:

Humanae Vitae: Full encyclical
Pope Paul VI As Prophet: Have Humanae Vitae’s Bold Predictions Come True?
Forced abortions and China’s missing women

Note: The overall number of abortions obtained, both worldwide and nationally, is a broad statistic to attack. In the United State we have seen the numbers decrease somewhat since 2010, but overall many abortions are still obtained by women who had used some form of contraception. Link 1 Link 2
The troubling history of birth control
Vatican Congregation Approves Miracle Attributed to Pope Paul VI
NFP and Catholic Marriages

Send us your questions!

Do you have a question for Bishop Wall? Leave it in the comments below, send us a message on Facebook, or email us at [email protected].

You can also subscribe to the podcast on iTunes right here.

Thanks for listening!

Comments

comments

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest News

Where to give and receive help during the Coronavirus

Are you in need of help, or would you like to give back in some way to your local community? Contact any of these organizations.

Advertisement

Other recent stories:

Meet the Diocese’s New Director of Religious Education

The Director of Religious Education oversees mission work, youth ministry, and catechesis for the whole diocese.

One Loss, One Win: Supreme Court Prioritizes Abortion in One Case but Supports Religious Education in Another

The U.S. Bishops spoke out against one ruling and in favor of another.
video

Considering a call as a deacon? The Diocese of Gallup’s diaconate program is enrolling for Fall 2020

"Deacons are called to service, deacons are called to assist at the altar, deacons are called to make up what is lacking in other ministries of the Church."

AZ Bishops Welcome Supreme Court Decision on DACA

"We are very much mindful that DACA children were often brought to this country at a very young age and through no responsibility of their own.  They were raised in the United States, attend our schools, make positive contributions to our society, and do not know any other country but our own."

Advertisement

More Articles Like This

Comments

comments