Posted by: frroberts | June 11, 2017

Blessed Paul VI’s four prophecies of 1968

First Prophecy

The Pope first noted that the widespread use of contraception would “lead to conjugal infidelity and the general lowering of morality.”

Second Prophecy

Paul VI also argued that “the man” will lose respect for “the woman” and “no longer (care) for her physical and psychological equilibrium” and will come to “the point of considering her as a mere instrument of selfish enjoyment, and no longer as his respected and beloved companion.”

Third Prophecy 

Paul VI also observed that the widespread acceptance of contraception would place a “dangerous weapon…in the hands of those public authorities who take no heed of moral exigencies.” The history of the family planning programs in the Third World is a sobering testimony to this reality.

Fourth Prophecy 

The final warning Paul VI gave about contraception is that it would lead man to think that he had limitless dominion over his own body. Again, the Pope did not specify what he had in mind, but his worry seems well-grounded. – Paul VI as Prophet, Janet Smith


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