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Catholics For a Free Choice
Further reading :-
Why Catholics are not allowed to use contraceptives
Could Condoms Leak HIV?
Blood Transfusion Condoms & HIV
Holes in latex - the scientific evidence
Observed holes in condoms - Research May 2004
Physicians claim: Condoms may leak 1 microliter of fluid which may contain 100,000 HIV particles
List of Websites quoting Roland's 'holes in latex' research
Doubts about Condoms
Can Condoms Kill?
The Bible and Birth Control
Articles on: How condom promotion and condom use fails
In Defence of the Vatican
Death on the Pill
Contraceptive pill changes male fish sex
Campaign to withdraw N-9 from condoms
Spermicide N-9 facilitates infection with HIV and other pathogens
Health Risks from hormonal contraception
Natural Family Planning
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Campaigning Issues

Catholics For a Free Choice

'Catholics for a Free Choice' - CFFC - is an anti-Catholic American lobby group working to promote abortion, contraception and many other issues opposed to the Gosple and the teaching of the Catholic Church.  They work by lobbying national RC bishops conferences.

Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor  has won an award for 'condom promotion' from Catholics for a Free Choice.  So has CAFOD and a number of RC bishops around the world.

Catholics for a Free Choice refer to bishops who support condom use as 'Good Shepherds' and those bishops who oppose condom use are refered to as 'lost sheep'.

CFFC's website article reporting on their condom award to bishops and others is entitled:  'Good Catholics Use Condoms'.

United for Life  want everyone to know that the truth is :-


Related information

If you read our leaflet  'Could Condoms Leak HIV?'  you will find references to scientific evidence which shows that condom promotion could lead to the spread of HIV.  We encourage you to follow up the references for yourselves.

 Also our letters to the RC Bishops and our Blood Transfusion Service pages give further information.