An American confrontation with the Vatican over its anti-family-planning efforts is prerequisite to removal of this obstruction to the common good.
The 1960s saw a rapidly increasing American public awareness of the world population problem. The invention of the contraceptive pill...
The Vatican believes that if the solutions to the population problem are applied, the dominance of Vatican power will soon wither.
If Americans knew that the Vatican gravely threatens U.S. and global security, it would be much closer to its own self-destruction.
The Catholic Church's preoccupation with power stems from some of the most sensitive and important social issues of our day.
In 1931, Spain became the Republic of Spain, a liberal democracy. The Vatican feared for the Church’s very survival in Spain.
The Vatican acts in part, often soundlessly and most effectively, through secret organisations such as Opus Dei and the Knights of Malta.
The dogma of infallibility is important to the Catholic Church because it shields the entire doctrinal structure of the Church from criticism.
Through the Vatican’s constant presentation of the Church’s actions as “virtuous”, recognition of the Church as a tyrant has been thwarted.
Because the Catholic Church ignores the principle of separation of church and state, it is the most divisive force in America.