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Why are artificial contraceptives consider a taboo in Catholics?


Catholic Church disapproves the use of artificial contraceptives. Aside from moral and ethics issue, what sins a catholic member can commit if he/she use contraceptives?

 

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    sassymomonthego 4 years ago

    As I've mentioned, abstinence also hindering marital act, not just holding part of act but the act itself--and still that's allowed, while contraceptives aren't.

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    sassymomonthego 4 years ago

    Abstinence also hinders procreation, but it is allowed. and I know there are contraceptive users that is in monogamous partnership. I'm curious about what specific sin one commits by just using contraceptives . Anyway, thanks for your answer.

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    sassymomonthego 4 years ago

    Hi Larry. I am married to my husband and yea, that's what I am asking, why I can't use artificial contraceptives if Catholics allowed natural ways.


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