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Benedict had trouble with arguments in Humanae Vitae

JEmeritus Pope Benedict XVI

Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI was among those who were dissatisfied with Pope Paul VI's 1968 teaching prohibiting Catholics from using artificial birth control, according to interviews that have formed the basis of a new book, reports NCR Online.

In the new book, published in Italy on Friday, the Pope Emeritus says that while he agreed with the conclusions Paul drew in the encyclical Humanae Vitae, he had trouble with the argumentation. Read more ...