Rendering the Act Sterile | Why Contraception Is a Sin and (Some) Natural Birth Control Isn't

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Often people object that the Church's distinction between artificial birth control and natural birth control makes very little sense. Similarly, people object that because Natural Family Planning and contraception achieve the same end, namely, the avoidance of pregnancy, that they must be morally equivalent. In this video, we're going to unpack a crucial distinction: the difference between rendering the sexual act sterile (as done in all forms of contraception) and that of responding to the natural infertility ordained in God's creation.

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