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20 terms

Ch 14 part 2

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indissolubility
the property of marriage that demads the permanence and stability of marriage founded in the teachings of Jesus Christ
conception
the union of sperm and egg that creates a new life
procreation
the purpose of marriage by which man and woman conceive new life and willingly cooperate with God in creation of a new person
embryo
the name given to an unborn child in the first several weeks of life
zygote
a newly fertilized egg before its implantation in the uterus
unitive
one of the purposes of marriage and the marital act, it refers to the loving sacramental bond and mirrors the unity of Christ and his church. the quality or condition of being one in number. this can be said of many things, including God, of Christ and his church, and a man and woman in matrimony
puritanical
a perspective that considers all sexual passions and attractions to be sinful and attributes them to original sin
abortifacients
chemical substances or mechanical devices that inhibit a fertilized egg's ability itself to the lining of the uterus, thereby destroying the human zygote
conjugal act
marital act
contraception
any of a number of barrier or chemical measures used to prevent pregnancy which would result from sexual intercourse
in vitro fertilization
morally objectionable fertility technique of fertilizing a woman's egg with a man's sperm in the laboratory and then implanting the fertilized egg into a woman's uterus
natural family planning
any of several church-approved methods by which a couple may regulate conception by studying the signs of the woman's cycle of fertility
in vivo fertilization
morally objectionable fertility technique, also known as "artificial insemination," which involve artificially injecting a man's sperm into a woman's uterus in hopes of conception
humanae vitae
pope Paul VI's 1968 encyclical that reaffirmed and beautifully explained the Catholic Church's condemnation of contraception
fertilization
conception
theology of the body
a body of teaching by PJP2 on the dignity of the human person and the complementarity of men and women
fornication
pre-marital intercourse and other sexual acts
exclusivity
the property of marriage that means each spouse gives totally of self to one person only
marital act
the genital sexual act proper to marriage, an embodiment of the permanent union of the husband and wife
fetus
an unborn child