On the mark.
I’d clarify, however, that those who marry who are infertile without culpability are not persons with an intention to avoid having children.
posted on 07/31/2007 12:24:15 PM PDT
(If Roe is not overturned, no unborn child will ever be protected in law.)
True. But as I understand it, those with known [antecedent and perpetual] impotence or sterility cannot enter into marriage. That is an impediment to a valid marriage.
posted on 07/31/2007 12:30:49 PM PDT
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