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'Humanae Vitae' at 50

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As the Catholic Church marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of Pope Paul VI's encyclical, "Humanae Vitae," the Catholic Herald is taking a look back at the legacy and teaching of the document on marriage and human life. 

Read our coverage on a range of issues related to the document, from its influence on Pope Francis to its prophetic nature, and join in on the conversation on Twitter with the hashtags #AsktheQuestion and #HV50. You can also read the full text of "Humanae Vitae" on the Vatican website, or purchase a copy from a local Catholic bookstore.

Chad Pecknold: #AsktheQuestion about 'Humanae Vitae'

Elise Italiano: Lessons from two soon-to-be saints

Helen Alvare: The legacy of 'Humanae Vitae' at 50 years

John Garvey: One, holy, catholic

Mary Beth Bonacci: We should have listened to Paul VI

Bishop Burbidge: The 50th anniversary of 'Humanae Vitae'

Therese Bermpohl: Spoken from the heart of a father

'Humanae Vitae' praised as prophetic encyclical

Russell Shaw: Did 'Humanae Vitae' get it right?

Women discuss the sexual revolution in light of 'Me Too'

Cardinal says acceptance of contraception leads to abortion

Fr. Tad Pacholczyk gives keynote at Alexandria conference on 'Humanae Vitae'

Pope Francis finds inspiration through Pope Paul VI


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