Opposition by Catholic Church to family planning: Petition to withdraw UN observer status from

March 1995
Women's International Network News;Spring95, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p80
Focuses on the petition formulated by opposition to the Catholic Church's position concerning family planning. Necessity of containing world population growth; Ban of birth control; Morality of limiting family size; Efforts to ensure the survival of the principle of infallibility of the pope; Petition letter included.


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