NFP in Marriage
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(08-08-2018, 11:48 PM)Markie Boy Wrote: In a marriage, is it wrong to use NFP to avoid pregnancy?  If a couple has multiple children and is not sure about more?

I heard one person say that NFP is not right, it's just more birth control, and using it to avoid pregnancy means you are pursuing pleasure alone, and that's wrong.

I thought using NFP allowed marital relations, and is still being open to life?

bottom line - the use of artificial contraception is still sinful.
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(08-13-2018, 12:25 AM)Poche Wrote:
(08-08-2018, 11:48 PM)Markie Boy Wrote: In a marriage, is it wrong to use NFP to avoid pregnancy?  If a couple has multiple children and is not sure about more?

I heard one person say that NFP is not right, it's just more birth control, and using it to avoid pregnancy means you are pursuing pleasure alone, and that's wrong.

I thought using NFP allowed marital relations, and is still being open to life?

bottom line - the use of artificial contraception is still sinful.

The last time I checked, Francis fanboy #1, NFP, which is what is being discussed in this thread, is not 'artificial contraception' and is not per se sinful.
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