Paul Varnell

Varnell, Paul
September 2000
Bay Windows;9/28/2000, pN.PAG
Supports the changing of the Catholic Church's doctrine on homosexuality and the proper use of sexual organ. Suggestion that changing the Church's anti-gay teachings would help efforts of gays to achieve legal and social equality; Overview of the Catholic doctrine on the use of sexual organ; Statement issued by Monsignor Jacques Suaudeau of the Pontifical Council for the Family on the use of condoms; Reference to the book "Development in Moral Doctrine," by John Noonan.


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