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Dr. Janet E. Smith

Father Michael J. McGivney Chair of Life Ethics

Sacred Heart Major Seminary

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Sacred Heart Major Seminary

2701 W. Chicago Blvd

Detroit, Michigan 48206

United States

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Employment History

Cardiovascular Data Analyst

Olathe Medical Center Inc

Editor

Humanae Vitae

Clinical Research Specialist

University of North Carolina

Writing Mentor

Writers' Village University

Admin

TSM

UD

Professor

Brescia University

Affiliations

Advisory Board
Catholic Education Resource Center

ADVISORY BOARD Member
Catholic Schools Textbook Project

School Secretary
Billings Christian Schools Corporation

Advisory Board Member
Thomas International Center

Volunteer Coordinator
Asist

Member
University Faculty for Life

Board Member
Days

Advisory Board Member
The Alexander House

Member
Anglican Communion

Advisory Board Member
Covenant of Love

Board of Advisors Member
Nextwave Faithful

Member of Board of Trustees
Southern Catholic College

Visiting Faculty Member
John Paul

Board Member
Lady

Secretary
The Richmondshire Orchestra

Board of Advisors Member
Culture , Inc.

Member of the Advisory Board
ENDOW

Co-Founder
Women's Care Center Foundation

Member
The Rockford Institute

Founder
Financial Institute

Education

Bethany College of the Bible

Detroit Natural Family Planning

Sacred Heart Seminary

B.A.

BA

Architecture

Arizona State University

BSE

M.A.

MBA

New York University's Stern School of Business

Ph.D.

Catholic University of America Press

Ph.D.

Classical Languages

University of Toronto

Ph.d.

TOB Institute

PhD

Sacred Heart Seminary

PhD

University of Dallas

PhD.

Architecture

University of California , Berkley

honorary doctorate

St. Charles Borromeo Seminary

honorary doctorate degree

Franciscan University of Steubenville

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The Team | History Textbooks for Catholic Schools | Catholic Textbook Project

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Janet E. Smith, Ph.D. Sacred Heart Seminary, Detroit


www.cbsfa.org [cached]

The arguments that opponents of "Humanae Vitae" put out in a recent statement delivered to the United Nations are old and tired and don't take into account decades of lived experience as well as development in Catholic theology about human sexuality, according to Janet E. Smith, one of the authors of a statement affirming the Church's teaching.

So Smith, the Father Michael J. McGivney Chair of Life Ethics at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, author of "Humanae Vitae: A Generation Later" and editor of "Why Humanae Vitae Was Right: A Reader," reached out to a handful of other Catholic scholars to ask them to publicly support Church teaching.
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Smith said she felt it was necessary to respond in this moment because those who oppose the teaching of "Humanae Vitae" have tried for decades to persuade the Church to change its teaching and have gotten nowhere. Now, she said, they see an opening to persuade governments to require the Church to go against, if not change, its own teaching in order to provide health care to people who need it.
At the same time, she said, the public perception seems to be that nobody supports the Church's teaching against contraception. "People have no idea how many people really support this," Smith said.
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Hasson and Smith said the Wijngaards Statement disregards all the work that has been done in the area of Catholic teaching on sexuality in the last 50 years, including St. John Paul II's Theology of the Body and resources developed in the areas of natural family planning.
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Smith said it's notable that, while the affirmation has garnered signatures from several priests and bishops, it was driven by lay people. About 20 percent of the original signers work in the medical field.
"Most of the people who signed this are married people with children," she said.
...
"It puts the lie to the statement that Catholics don't accept this teaching," Smith said.


www.sjvaz.net [cached]

The arguments that opponents of "Humanae Vitae" put out in a recent statement delivered to the United Nations are old and tired and don't take into account decades of lived experience as well as development in Catholic theology about human sexuality, according to Janet E. Smith, one of the authors of a statement affirming the Church's teaching.

So Smith, the Father Michael J. McGivney Chair of Life Ethics at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, author of "Humanae Vitae: A Generation Later" and editor of "Why Humanae Vitae Was Right: A Reader," reached out to a handful of other Catholic scholars to ask them to publicly support Church teaching.
...
Smith said she felt it was necessary to respond in this moment because those who oppose the teaching of "Humanae Vitae" have tried for decades to persuade the Church to change its teaching and have gotten nowhere. Now, she said, they see an opening to persuade governments to require the Church to go against, if not change, its own teaching in order to provide health care to people who need it.
At the same time, she said, the public perception seems to be that nobody supports the Church's teaching against contraception. "People have no idea how many people really support this," Smith said.
...
Hasson and Smith said the Wijngaards Statement disregards all the work that has been done in the area of Catholic teaching on sexuality in the last 50 years, including St. John Paul II's Theology of the Body and resources developed in the areas of natural family planning.
...
Smith said it's notable that, while the affirmation has garnered signatures from several priests and bishops, it was driven by lay people. About 20 percent of the original signers work in the medical field.
"Most of the people who signed this are married people with children," she said.
...
"It puts the lie to the statement that Catholics don't accept this teaching," Smith said.


Words and a Wisdom | Justin Press

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Authors: Fr. Raymond DeSouza, Dr. Francois Primeau, Professor Janet E. Smith

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Professor Janet E. Smith is Michael J. McGivney Professor of Life Ethics at Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Detroit, Michigan.


www.stmonicamish.org [cached]

The arguments that opponents of "Humanae Vitae" put out in a recent statement delivered to the United Nations are old and tired and don't take into account decades of lived experience as well as development in Catholic theology about human sexuality, according to Janet E. Smith, one of the authors of a statement affirming the Church's teaching.

So Smith, the Father Michael J. McGivney Chair of Life Ethics at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, author of "Humanae Vitae: A Generation Later" and editor of "Why Humanae Vitae Was Right: A Reader," reached out to a handful of other Catholic scholars to ask them to publicly support Church teaching.
...
Smith said she felt it was necessary to respond in this moment because those who oppose the teaching of "Humanae Vitae" have tried for decades to persuade the Church to change its teaching and have gotten nowhere. Now, she said, they see an opening to persuade governments to require the Church to go against, if not change, its own teaching in order to provide health care to people who need it.
At the same time, she said, the public perception seems to be that nobody supports the Church's teaching against contraception. "People have no idea how many people really support this," Smith said.
...
Hasson and Smith said the Wijngaards Statement disregards all the work that has been done in the area of Catholic teaching on sexuality in the last 50 years, including St. John Paul II's Theology of the Body and resources developed in the areas of natural family planning.
...
Smith said it's notable that, while the affirmation has garnered signatures from several priests and bishops, it was driven by lay people. About 20 percent of the original signers work in the medical field.
"Most of the people who signed this are married people with children," she said.
...
"It puts the lie to the statement that Catholics don't accept this teaching," Smith said.

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