That the Vatican views the solutions to the population problem as threats to its authority, and thus its political power, is well supported.
There is conclusive evidence that most American Catholics are ignoring many Church teachings, in particular those related to sex.
The Vatican is not only a religious institution and a center of political power but also an economic institution with vast financial holdings.
The fear felt by many American politicians aware of the undemocratic activities of the church has resulted in their silence.
The machinery that the Church uses in the United States to enforce its boycott of unfriendly literature is quite elaborate.
In 1931, Spain became the Republic of Spain, a liberal democracy that ended State monetary support for the church.
The outright rejection of the idea of scriptural authority seems to be more straightforward and intellectually promising than any alternative.
In spite of the purely religious image that it endeavors to put forward, the Vatican is deeply involved in international politics and finance.
If Americans knew that the Vatican gravely threatens U.S. and global security, it would be much closer to its own self-destruction.
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