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Dr. Melissa Moschella

Assistant Professor of Philosophy

Catholic University of America

HQ Phone: (202) 319-5000

Catholic University of America

CUA Tower 127 Pryzbyla Center 620 Michigan Ave Ne

Washington Dc, District of Columbia 20064

United States

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The Catholic University of America, founded in 1887 by the U.S. Catholic bishops with the support of Pope Leo XIII, is the national university of the Catholic Church in the United States. Established as a graduate research center, the University began off ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Fellow
Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture

Fellow
The Becket Fund

Visiting Research Professor, Myser Fellow At the Center for Ethics and Culture
University of Notre Dame

Education



Harvard

B.A.
Social Studies
Harvard University

M.A.
Politics
Princeton University

Master
Philosophy
Pontifical University of the Holy Cross

PhD
Politics
Princeton University

Web References (62 Total References)


However, Dr. Melissa ...

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However, Dr. Melissa Moschella, a philosophy professor at The Catholic University of America, suggested that this may not be the case.

When talking about avoiding pregnancy in connection with the Zika virus, the Pope may not necessarily have been implying artificial contraceptive use, but may have been referencing Natural Family Planning, she said.
Normally, if a married couple faces a serious reason to avoid pregnancy, the Church teaches that they may do so through Natural Family Planning, a process that involves identifying a woman's fertile periods and abstaining from sexual activity during those times.
Moschella also explained that in the Africa case referenced by Pope Francis, the dispensation for the nuns was "not really an exception if you understand the rule."
The case in question took place in the early 1960s, when the Vatican granted a dispensation to religious sisters living in the Belgian Congo who were in grave danger of rape due to civil unrest to use oral contraceptives.
"In the case of rape, the person who's raped - from the moral perspective - has not engaged in a sexual act," Moschella said.
...
"But that doesn't happen in the case of rape," Moschella stressed.
...
However, Moschella said that this is "really different" from the situation surrounding the Zika virus.


However, Dr. Melissa ...

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However, Dr. Melissa Moschella, a philosophy professor at The Catholic University of America, suggested that this may not be the case.

When talking about avoiding pregnancy in connection with the Zika virus, the Pope may not necessarily have been implying artificial contraceptive use, but may have been referencing Natural Family Planning, she said.
Normally, if a married couple faces a serious reason to avoid pregnancy, the Church teaches that they may do so through Natural Family Planning, a process that involves identifying a woman's fertile periods and abstaining from sexual activity during those times.
Moschella also explained that in the Africa case referenced by Pope Francis, the dispensation for the nuns was "not really an exception if you understand the rule."
The case in question took place in the early 1960s, when the Vatican granted a dispensation to religious sisters living in the Belgian Congo who were in grave danger of rape due to civil unrest to use oral contraceptives.
"In the case of rape, the person who's raped, from the moral perspective, has not engaged in a sexual act," Moschella said.
...
"But that doesn't happen in the case of rape," Moschella stressed.
...
However, Moschella said that this is "really different" from the situation surrounding the Zika virus.


However, Dr. Melissa ...

www.christiantelegraph.com [cached]

However, Dr. Melissa Moschella, a philosophy professor at The Catholic University of America, suggested that this may not be the case.

When talking about avoiding pregnancy in connection with the Zika virus, the Pope may not necessarily have been implying artificial contraceptive use, but may have been referencing Natural Family Planning, she said.
Normally, if a married couple faces a serious reason to avoid pregnancy, the Church teaches that they may do so through Natural Family Planning, a process that involves identifying a woman's fertile periods and abstaining from sexual activity during those times.
Moschella also explained that in the Africa case referenced by Pope Francis, the dispensation for the nuns was "not really an exception if you understand the rule."
The case in question took place in the early 1960s, when the Vatican granted a dispensation to religious sisters living in the Belgian Congo who were in grave danger of rape due to civil unrest to use oral contraceptives.
"In the case of rape, the person who's raped - from the moral perspective - has not engaged in a sexual act," Moschella said.
...
"But that doesn't happen in the case of rape," Moschella stressed.
...
However, Moschella said that this is "really different" from the situation surrounding the Zika virus.


Browsing News Entries | Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church

www.myhnj.org [cached]

However, Dr. Melissa Moschella, a philosophy professor at The Catholic University of America, suggested that this may not be the case.

When talking about avoiding pregnancy in connection with the Zika virus, the Pope may not necessarily have been implying artificial contraceptive use, but may have been referencing Natural Family Planning, she said.
Normally, if a married couple faces a serious reason to avoid pregnancy, the Church teaches that they may do so through Natural Family Planning, a process that involves identifying a woman's fertile periods and abstaining from sexual activity during those times.
Moschella also explained that in the Africa case referenced by Pope Francis, the dispensation for the nuns was "not really an exception if you understand the rule."
...
"In the case of rape, the person who's raped - from the moral perspective - has not engaged in a sexual act," Moschella said.
...
"But that doesn't happen in the case of rape," Moschella stressed.
...
However, Moschella said that this is "really different" from the situation surrounding the Zika virus.


Browsing News Entries | Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church

www.myhnj.org [cached]

However, Dr. Melissa Moschella, a philosophy professor at The Catholic University of America, suggested that this may not be the case.

When talking about avoiding pregnancy in connection with the Zika virus, the Pope may not necessarily have been implying artificial contraceptive use, but may have been referencing Natural Family Planning, she said.
Normally, if a married couple faces a serious reason to avoid pregnancy, the Church teaches that they may do so through Natural Family Planning, a process that involves identifying a woman's fertile periods and abstaining from sexual activity during those times.
Moschella also explained that in the Africa case referenced by Pope Francis, the dispensation for the nuns was "not really an exception if you understand the rule."
...
"In the case of rape, the person who's raped - from the moral perspective - has not engaged in a sexual act," Moschella said.
...
"But that doesn't happen in the case of rape," Moschella stressed.
...
However, Moschella said that this is "really different" from the situation surrounding the Zika virus.

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