Catholics and Condoms

Our good friend, cartoonist Michael McParlane, couldn’t help himself when it came to drawing this cartoon about the Catholic Church and the ongoing debate about birth control.

Here’s what McParlance said:

I’ve always felt that most, if not all religious “leaders” are misogynistic war-mongering perverts. Birth control ought to be an individual decision and not subject to legislation.

By Daryl Cagle

Daryl Cagle is the founder and owner of Cagle Cartoons, Inc. He is one of the most widely published editorial cartoonists and is also the editor of The Cagle Post.

3 replies on “Catholics and Condoms”

Looks like something done by Bill Mahr( spelling?). If there were an award for bad taste, this would take it hands down. Is the Church off base with birth control? Maybe. Is this a foul cheap shot? Clearly. The man who drew it clearly admits his bias against Catholicism, to which he is entitled. However, he tries to make his point by crossing the bounds of common decency and taste. Surely, if he is as bright, talented, and capable as he would like the public to believe he could have done better.

Faith takes precedence over reason being governed by the Unseen. Faith is reasonable though. Marriage is holy and so is family. No birth control no faith. A child comes with bread under each arm. Priests handle the Holy Eucharist and are to be respected having such a dear relationship to Our Savior and His Children.

Meant to say birth control means no faith. Period. Includes popular culture and Marxist culture which sponsors such hideous devices in love between husband and wife and as an excuse to revise what procreation is all about.

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