Monday, November 22, 2010
Condoms are a complicated global concern for the Roman Catholic Church
In Columbus, Ohio, some of the Catholic Church faithful welcomed Pope Benedict XVI's recent comments about condoms. It is believed the Catholic Church is positioning itself to comprehensively address the worldwide AIDS problem.
The issue of condom use is a complicated one that has strong overtones insofar as disease control but the conversation inevitably leads back to contraception. The worldwide concerns of the Catholic Church makes this dialogue a necessary, complicated one.
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