The Catholic Church's preoccupation with power stems from some of the most sensitive and important social issues of our day.
Through the Vatican’s constant presentation of the Church’s actions as “virtuous”, recognition of the Church as a tyrant has been thwarted.
The Vatican is successfully blocking consideration of the reality that population growth is the most serious threat to the security of all nations.
In spite of the purely religious image that it endeavors to put forward, the Vatican is deeply involved in international politics and finance.
The Roman Catholic Church's influence exceeds that of most governments of the world. How did the Church arrive at this position?
If the Roman Catholic Church is not the only important opposition to population growth control, it is, at least, the most significant opposition.
The Catholic hierarchy exercises their sovereignty without the direct use of force, armies, police, or weapons. How is this possible?
The Church's preoccupation with sex stems chiefly from three very different concerns of power or control.
To effect control over lay Catholic elites Vaillancourt has found that the Vatican exercises eight kinds of power.
The Vatican and Catholic hierarchy in general concern themselves too much with dominance and too little with social justice.