Feminism, Nature and Humanae Vitae: What’s Love Got to Do with It?

Nova et Vetera, Fall 2008 (Vol. 6, No. 4)

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Fall 2008 Vol. 6, No. 4

ISSN 1542-7315

Humanae Vitae 17: Vaticinium ex eventu? An Illustration from the Maritains’ Moral Guidance to Maurice Sachs – Romanus Cessario
The ‘Inseparable Connection’ between Procreation and Unitive Love (Humanae Vitae, §12) and Thomistic Hylemorphic Anthropology – Paul Gondreau
Theological Reflections on Natural Family Planning – Joseph W. Koterski, S.J.
Original Sin and the Anthropological Principles of Humanae Vitae – Matthew Levering
Toward an Understanding of Fruitfulness – Antonio López, F.S.C.B.
‘I Am Awaited by this Love, and so My Life Is Good’: Children and Hope – G.J. McAleer
St. Thomas’s Moral Psychology and the Rejection of Humanae Vitae – Kevin E. O’Reilly
Integration and Transcendence of the Person in the (Marital) Act – Adrian J. Reimers
Feminism, Nature and Humanae Vitae: What’s Love Got to Do with It? – Michele M. Schumacher
Reflections on Humanae Vitae in the Light of Fides et Ratio – Mary Shivanandan
Conscious Parenthood – Janet E. Smith

Book Reviews
Light in Darkness: Hans Urs von Balthasar and the Catholic Doctrine of Christ’s Descent into Hell by Alyssa Lyra Pitstick – Bernhard Blankenhorn, O.P.
Resilience and the Virtue of Fortitude: Aquinas in Dialogue with the Psychosocial Sciences by Craig Steven Titus – Basil Cole, O.P.
The Soul of the Person: A Contemporary Philosophical Psychology by Adrian J. Reimers – Raymond Hain
Trinity, Church and the Human Person: Thomistic Essays by Gilles Emery, O.P. – Keith E. Johnson
God’s Universe by Owen Gingerich and Chance or Purpose? Creation, Evolution, and a Rational Faith by Christoph Cardinal Schönborn, O.P. – Edward T. Oakes, S.J.
Answering the Enlightenment: The Catholic Recovery of Historical Revelation by Grant Kaplan – R. Jared Staudt

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