In defense of the Church's traditional stance against contraception, this moral theologian insists: 'The use of contraception by married couples has always been considered morally illicit by the Church. Indeed, it can quite convincingly be argued that it has been infallibly taught by the Church.'
Keean Bexte was removed before a press conference started after telling an NDP staffer that he wanted to ask Notley why 'a half dozen of her candidates have supported anti-police rhetoric, including actively defunding the police.'
While the Pontiff addressed the problem of low birth rates and made some vague pro-family remarks, he failed to mention any of the major evils that led to the collapse in birth rates, like the legalization of abortion, contraception, and no-fault divorce.
'In the past, we could rely upon, you know, simple limbic system rewards in order to procreate, but once you have birth control, and, you know, abortions and whatnot, now you can still satisfy the limbic instinct but not procreate.'