A key player in the prevention controversy documents how the AIDS establishment has betrayed the developing world.
It's news all over the world that the Holy Father in a new book by Peter Seewald has said that condoms may be used in certain circumstances. But that's not what he said. What did he say and what does it mean?
Pope Benedict's words at the beginning of his trip to Africa, regarding the use of condoms in preventing the spread of AIDS, generated a media storm. But the Pope's comments are not the cause for concern that they were reported to be. Why is the Church's teaching on this issue not 'unrealistic and ineffective', as alleged, but valuable, efficient, and grounded in reality?