New fertility centers follow Catholic Church teaching

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Editorial: Is child-free carefree?

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Couples face cross of infertility

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Catholic conceptions of fertility The pain of not being able to have a baby may be great, but there are moral ...

Church approves of some methods Treatments that assist married couples to conceive through normal intercourse are OK

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