Catholic Church contraception policy: Does condom-use violate the dignity of life?

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  • Condom Use Doesn't Violate Dignity of Life

    While the Catholic Church might not believe in contraception, condom use isn't a huge sin. It doesn't violate the dignity of life. In fact, condom use can prevent unintended births, which place extra strain on relationships and marriages. Condoms also protect individuals from sexually transmitted diseases and infections. The Catholic Church's policy on condoms is an outdated one that needs to be changed.

  • Condom Use Is Important

    Condom use protects the dignity of life and does not violate it. Condom use is important to prevent sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies. It protects the dignity of life by preventing pregnancies in cases where the baby would not have the resources it would need. It also prevents abortions. Proper condom use is very effective and protects both parties involved, as well as potential future life. The Catholic Church's contraception policy is out of date and out of touch with the people of the 21st century.

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