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Good News for Natural Lawyers

Tip of the hat to OpinionJournal.com for this article in the Washington Post about research showing that more women are not using contraceptives. The article presents this as a problem, perhaps unsurprisingly. I think of it as a great sign. I would like the figures broken down into Protestant/Catholic/Orthodox myself. My suspicion is that much of the increase in women not using contraception is a result of Protestants who've embraced Catholic (and old-school Protestant we must add) teaching on morality. I sometimes feel as if I have more Protestant friends my own age obeying the natural law than I do Catholics my own age. If my hunch is right, this is good news for real ecumenism--the kind that finds unity in the truth.


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