Fr Shay Cullen attacks Pope’s anti-condom stance

Nobel prize nominee Fr Shay Cullen has attacked Catholic theologians over their opposition to the use of condoms to control sexually-transmitted diseases, which had ‘‘brought much suffering on innocent men, women and children’’.

27th November, 2010

Nobel prize nominee Fr Shay Cullen has attacked Catholic theologians over their opposition to the use of condoms to control sexually-transmitted diseases, which had ‘‘brought much suffering on innocent men, women and children’’.

The Dublin-born priest, who is best known for his campaigning work against child trafficking and sex tourism, was commenting on Pope Benedict’s landmark acknowledgement that the use of condoms was sometimes morally justifiable to stop the spread of...

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