challenging religious privilege in public life

Stephen D. Mumford


Why America has to confront the Vatican

An American confrontation with the Vatican over its anti-family-planning efforts is prerequisite to removal of this obstruction to the common good.

Papal infallibility is fundamental to the Catholic Church

The promoters of the infallibility dogma believed that by raising the pope’s authority they could break society of its liberal tendencies.

The Vatican Is Primarily Responsible for Overpopulation Worldwide

The Vatican has called on its bishops, all of whom are completely loyal, to thwart efforts for population growth control.

Vatican Power Over Governments

The Vatican is, above all, an organisational weapon in the hands of the papacy and other top ecclesiastical officials.

The Catholic Church and Its Preoccupation with Power

The Vatican and Catholic hierarchy in general concern themselves too much with dominance and too little with social justice.

Papal Infallibility and the Catholic Church

Papal infallibility means that the pope is incapable of error when he makes ex cathedra decisions on matters of faith and morals.

The Vatican’s Role in the World Population Crisis

Why is the Vatican so anxious to impose its will on the world of Catholics and non-Catholics alike when it comes to this issue?

Why the Catholic Church has survived for 2000 years

What distinguishes the tyranny of the Catholic Church is its explanation of its actions in terms of "virtue".

How the Catholic Church is threatened by population growth control

The solutions to population growth threaten the continued existence of the Catholic Church as it has evolved over the past 2000 years.

How the Vatican influences population growth policy

The Vatican successfully blocks consideration of the reality that population growth is the most serious threat to the security of all nations.