Humanae vitae, Pope Paul’s VI’s last encyclical, is undoubtedly one of the 20th century’s most prophetic documents. Rejected by modernity and even by many lay Catholics, priests and bishops, the predictions of the encyclical have all, nonetheless, been fulfilled, so that, within 50 years of its publication, our world, in many ways, differs little from the Biblical description of the time of Noah or of Sodom.
This year’s Conference, by joining the dots, will show the connection between Our Lady’s messages at Fatima and Akita with the rejection of Humanae vitae and the consequences for the 21st Century.
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In 1968, Pope Paul VI issued Humanae Vitae, where, with commendable clarity, he restated the Church's teaching, prophetically warning of grave consequences if not adhered to. The teaching was rejected and, within 50 years, those grave consequences have morphed into the near complete global institutionalization of the four sins that cry to heaven for vengeance.
As the Catholic Church undergoes the worst crisis in her history, Michael will explain how the Catholic family can survive, keep the Faith, and contribute mightily to the worldwide Catholic restoration movement. From homeschooling and fighting the culture war to the Latin Mass and the Rosary-the Catholic family is absolutely key to Catholic counterrevolution.
Denise is the Founder/President of'Canada Silent No More'. For over 25 years she has been candidly sharing her experience of rape, teen pregnancy and abortion. She has spoken to audiences in Universities, High Schools, Churches, Conferences, Prisons, Radio and Television. Denise is the Founder/President of ‘Canada Silent No More’ (CSNM) a registered non-profit society offering hope and healing to people affected by abortion and pregnancy loss. Denise brings education as well as awareness to the forefront on this vital issue so prevalent in our generation. She also encourages youth and young adults to hang on to their hormones.
Fr Nicholas Grace is a priest in the Religious Order Institute of the Incarnate Word. His presentation will focus on the background and reasons why Humanae Vitae was written by Pope Paul VI and how a number of agents including some in the Church, the pharmaceutical industry and others galvanizing the mass media in order to persuade the Church to change its teaching concerning birth control.
The London Oratory is located in Fulham, SW6 1RX at the southern end of Seagrave Road. The nearest Underground stations are Fulham Broadway (pupil entrance morning and afternoon only) and West Brompton both are a few minutes walk from the School.
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