Discussion of Margaret Sanger's eugenic commitments.
We, the undersigned scholars, affirm that the Catholic Church’s teachings on the gift of sexuality, on marriage, and on contraception are true and defensible on many grounds, among them the truths of reason and revelation concerning the dignity of the human person.Read More
Dr. Franks has spoken all over the place. Venues include ...
On the February 19, 2014 podcast, I talk with Pat Gohn at Among Women about Contraception and Catholicism.
March 16, 2013 episode of Among Women with Pat Gohn ... I talk about a new feminism and why my Twitter handle is @theologianmom.
An interview on July 8, 2016 with Lauren Ashburn on the pro-life movement and my book Contraception and Catholicism. I begin around 14:34.
January 22, 2014 interview with Colleen Carroll Campbell
In her new book, Dr. Angela Franks talks about contraception and the Church’s teachings in plain language, addressing the common misunderstandings about both, including that the Church is anti-woman or wants families to have as many kids as we can, and drawing the logical conclusion that contraception itself treats fertility as a disease and places us at odds with our bodies.
Dr. Angela Franks discusses with Scot Landry and Fr. Chris O’Connor the Church’s often misunderstood teachings on contraception, sexuality, and marriage, as well as the shocking roots of Planned Parenthood’s efforts to solve societal problems by making women the problem.
In this radio show, Dr. Franks speaks about the Health and Human Services Contraception mandate, which intended to force Catholic institutions to provide contraception. The biggest lie in the discussion surrounding the mandate was that the Church waged a war on women or is anti-woman. The claims that the pro-abortion side speak for all women are offensive.