Celibate Catholic Leadership Can't Stop Thinking About Sex
As reported in the Washington Post today,
The Vatican declared Tuesday that the traditional family has never been so threatened as in today's world, lashing out against contraception, abortion, in vitro fertilization and same-sex marriage.This week also commemorates the 25th year since AIDS first became a global epidemic.
The 57-page document was issued by the Pontifical Council for the Family, whose head, Cardinal Alfonso Lopez Trujillo, is a strong opponent of the use of condoms under any circumstances.
Since June 5, 1981, HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, has killed more than 25 million people, infected 40 million others and left a legacy of unspeakable loss, hardship, fear and despair.Frontline had a powerful series on AIDS last week.