The Pope, Cathlics, Condoms
It is good to see, that at last the Pope has recognised that condoms exist.
The Catholic Church, have long maintained that celebecy is the answer to all our prayers. Obviously, it is not. Sex, out of wedlock, may be a sin. However, God is mercy and may forgive. A.I.D.S., is not and will not.
The Church, has said, they must recognize a marriage. God, himself, recognized Adam and Eve, no church. If, the church, was without sin, why are they facing law suites, for millions of dollars?
God, himself, asks that men and women, have sex and produce children. To him, the act itself, bonds men and women. In his eyes, they become married. Therefore, it is impossible for couples to have sex before marriage. It is only the Church, that adds on other ceremonies.
If people were taught, that sex is their bond. There would be less promiscuity. It therefore follows that the church, is part of the problem. Therefore, the church, should be giving away, free condoms.
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