Apologies to those readers who have been checking this page faithfully for days in the reasonable expectation of a post, and been sent away empty-handed. My excuses are three; 1) the continued pressure of work, 2) my internal wrestling with Sedevacantism, and 3) my investigation, both historical and theoretical, into the Church’s teaching concerning periodic continence and ‘natural family planning’. 1,931 more words
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"An Assault Upon The Very Notion Of Secular Law": Corporate Owner's Religious Beliefs Stop At Their Employees’ Doctors’ Offices
The Hobby Lobby case, which the Supreme Court agreed last month to hear, shouldn’t only scare you if you’re a woman concerned about reproductive rights. It should scare you if you’re an American concerned about civil rights and the very principle of secular law. 604 more words
Should your employer’s religion affect your life? That’s up to the Supreme Court, as they have agreed to hear Sebellius v. Hobby Lobby Stores.
Hobby Lobby is a chain of craft stores whose owners object to the Affordable Care Act’s mandate that their health insurance plan provide contraception to women. 623 more words
A contraceptive pill for men has moved one step closer after Australian researchers successfully made male mice infertile, according to a study published Tuesday.
Monash University scientists genetically modified mice to block two proteins found on the smooth muscle cells which are essential for sperm to travel through the animal’s reproductive organs. 63 more words