Against holy orders: The papacy and reproductive science

Against holy orders: The papacy and reproductive science


By John Cornwell JOHN PAUL II presented himself throughout his long reign as a patron of science as well as a critic of its false claims and unethical practices. Conservative Catholics argue that he has done more than any of his predecessors to encourage science, and set the stage for the century to come. Progressives, who believe his papacy was exceptionally authoritarian, are not so sure. So how far did he go in reconciling science with Catholicism, and is there room for further reform?
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