The CATHOLIC VIRGINIAN refused to publish Pat Readon’s Letter

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The following letter was refused by the Catholic Virginian and now you can read it on this important subject.

The Catholic Virginian
7800 Carousel Lane
Richmond, VA 23294
www.catholicvirginian.org

Sir,

For nearly a century, we have separated sex from reproduction in our contraceptive society.  This has been institutionalized for the last half century by abortion, the ultimate rejection as a God given gift.

Ghandi states that contraception does not liberate women, but rather, it enslaves them and is an insult to womanhood.  He notes that the modernization of contraception and abortion methods has emancipated sex from all moral restraints.  Ghandi saw the increase in homosexuality as a result of the abandonment of the reproductive purpose of sex.

Even Freud states that all sex is perverse if its only aim is pleasure, and the abandonment of reproduction.

Teddy Roosevelt states that contraception is race suicide and national death.

Even Atheist, George Bernard Shaw, calls contraception “mutual masturbation”.  He’s no moralist, but does recognize the truism on this matter.

The central issue here is will we normalize and even glorify sodomy, which was criminal and felonious until this century.  Sodomy is the only thing that the Bible labels as an abomination.

So three cheers for the red…..orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet.

Now the White House colors.

So be it.

Patrick A. Rearden, M.D.

Richmond, VA

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The mission of the VIRGINIA CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE is to promote moral, social and scientific issues we face today from a Biblical point of view. In addition we will refute and oppose, not with hate, but with facts and humor, the secular cultural abuses that have overridden laws and standards of conduct of the past. We will encourage Christians to participate in these efforts through conferences, development of position papers, booklets and tracts, radio/TV spots, newspaper ads and articles and letters-to-the editor, web sites, newsletters and providing speakers for church and civic meetings.