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Quiverfull authors such as Pride, Provan, and Hess extend this idea to mean that if one child is a blessing, then each additional child is likewise a blessing and not something to be viewed as economically burdensome or unaffordable. When a couple seeks to control family size via birth control they are thus "rejecting God's blessings" he might otherwise give and possibly breaking his commandment to "be fruitful and multiply". [2] [19] [24] [25]

Rachel Lu, a Catholic convert, teaches philosophy at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota where she lives with her husband and four boys. Dr. Lu earned her . in philosophy at Cornell University. Follow her on Twitter at rclu.

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Brian Williams , the “liturgy guy," goes further: “The rogue Jesuit (which might be redundant), described by some as a wolf in sheep’s clothing (or Roman collar), has apparently made it his personal mission to change the faith of our fathers.”  

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Rachel Lu, a Catholic convert, teaches philosophy at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota where she lives with her husband and four boys. Dr. Lu earned her . in philosophy at Cornell University. Follow her on Twitter at rclu.

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Quiverfull authors such as Pride, Provan, and Hess extend this idea to mean that if one child is a blessing, then each additional child is likewise a blessing and not something to be viewed as economically burdensome or unaffordable. When a couple seeks to control family size via birth control they are thus "rejecting God's blessings" he might otherwise give and possibly breaking his commandment to "be fruitful and multiply". [2] [19] [24] [25]

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Rachel Lu, a Catholic convert, teaches philosophy at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota where she lives with her husband and four boys. Dr. Lu earned her . in philosophy at Cornell University. Follow her on Twitter at rclu.

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Brian Williams , the “liturgy guy," goes further: “The rogue Jesuit (which might be redundant), described by some as a wolf in sheep’s clothing (or Roman collar), has apparently made it his personal mission to change the faith of our fathers.”  

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