After 50 years, it’s finally time to consider the wisdom of ‘Humanae Vitae’

Making a Difference On July 25, 1968 – in the midst of the “sexual revolution” which aggressively promoted premarital sex, pornography, homosexual activity and

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‘Humanae Vitae’ led Hilgers on a sacred, fertile search


Thomas Hilgers was a fourth-year medical student at the University of Minnesota in the summer of 1968 when he heard about Pope Paul VI’s controversial encyclical on the regulation of human birth, “Humanae Vitae.”

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