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family lessons from "call the midwife"

In my latest Prairie Messenger column I explore the many family lessons one can learn from watching “Call the Midwife”. The series follows the work of midwives in the East end of London in the late 1950′s and the families that they serve. 334 more words

Catholic Family Life

Contraception is Intrinsically Evil, Period!

I am posting this at the 11th hour of the SC Decision on the constitutionality of the RH Law. If you are a Catholic and have been told that to practice artificial contraception is not gravely sinful, you were gravely misled. 3,673 more words

Humanae vitae Reflects the Teaching of Christ

Published in Catholic Insight, September, 2008.

Humanae vitae Reflects the Teaching of Christ

By Msgr. Vincent Foy

The full text of Humanae vitae… 690 more words


What God Has Put Together

Every informed Christian is aware that even in the Catholic Church today there are significant efforts to undermine the teaching of Jesus about the permanence of marriage. 634 more words


Humanae Vitae: Another Approach

In his interview in early March, Pope Francis was asked about Humanae Vitae and supported its teaching as I indicated in my previous blog. Here I would like to focus just on a few words of his response as follows: “The object is not to change the doctrine, but it is a matter of going into the issue in depth. 554 more words


What really happened...

In July 2008, I interviewed the late Professor John Marshall in the Catholic Herald on his experience as a member of the Papal Commission on Contraception. 1,544 more words

Moral Judgment

Fifty Reasons Why the Winnipeg Statement Should Be Recalled. By Monsignor Vincent Foy

Originally published in Catholic Insight, October, 2003.  Also published in “Birth Control: Is Canada Out of Step with Rome?”, Life Ethics Center, 2005.

Fifty Reasons Why the Winnipeg Statement Should be Recalled… 3,917 more words