birth control

   This expression is commonly used to describe two very different situations: (1) the regulation of birth byabstinence from sexual relations during periods of fertility; according to Roman Catholic teaching, such natural family planning is morally permissible; and (2) contraception or the deliberate prevention of conception through the use of artificial means or procedures, which is morally unacceptable according to Roman Catholic teaching. (See CCC 2370)

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