vocation to love, in fact, is a vocation of self-giving and this is
something which no bodily condition can impede,” he said. “Therefore,
when science cannot provide an answer, the light-giving response comes
Science first, then Christ.
Yet, the PPVI uses some rather scientific and profit mongering drugs to treat people at their couple's retreat:
Medical Treatment In some cases your doctor may prescribe medication to reduce your symptoms. These include: - Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) given in injection form - Progesterone supplementation - Naltrexone If thyroid levels are high or low, a small amount of thyroid medication may be recommended. A drug used by the Pope
Paul VI Institute Physicians in treating PMS is naltrexone. In patients
with low beta-endorphin levels, naltrexone acts to lower the tissue
levels of beta-endorphin and allows for more normal ovarian function.
This is especially helpful if anxiety is a major PMS component.
series: This article reports six cases of complications from the same
detoxification center that performed UROD with naltrexone pellet
implantation, including pulmonary edema, prolonged withdrawal, drug
toxicity, withdrawal from cross-addiction to alcohol and
benzodiazepines, variceal rupture, aspiration pneumonia, and death.
-Complications of Ultrarapid Opioid Detoxification with Subcutaneous Naltrexone Pellets
The use of surgery by this catholic medical program is not unheard of:
Affordable At the Pope Paul VI
Institute, evaluation likely includes NaProTRACKING™ the menstrual
cycle, a hormone profile, a follicular ultrasound evaluation, a
selective hysterosalpingogram, and a diagnostic laparoscopy. Test
results might indicate the need for more treatment, including surgical
intervention. However, the overall cost of the program at the Pope Paul
VI Institute is only a fraction of the cost of a program that revolves
around the artificial reproductive technologies.
It seems as if the catholic church and Jesus are at odds: [Mat 19:26] But Jesus beheld [them], and said unto them, With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible. [Mar 9:23] Jesus said unto him, If thou canst believe, all things [are] possible to him that believeth. [Mar 10:27] And Jesus looking upon them saith, With men [it is] impossible, but not with God: for with God all things are possible.
This is yet another
example of catholic posing. The apocryphal church has no qualms about
flaunting the 'solutions' of man before the absolution of God.