Overpopulation, Contraception, & “Geriatric Moms”: Navigating the Culture of Death

Is President Biden’s nominee for the Bureau of Land Management, Tracey Stone-Manning, hostile toward children and fertility? As Catholics, how can we respond to those who say the world is overpopulated and therefore we should be cautious about having children? Timmerie looks at anit-life policies that permeate the culture, including the training that is given to medical students. What is the truth about fertility, contraception, and the ability to conceive children? Is there an age that is too old to have children? Timmerie looks at the term “geriatric moms” and how it can be discouraging and misleading. Timmerie also answers a question on C-sections and looks at how moms can be moms in a world that pressures women to put career before family.

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Read: Humanae Vitae (July 25, 1968) | Paul VI 

Timmerie works as a radio host and Catholic speaker educating in areas of theology and is an expert at responding to current trends of sexuality, feminism, and gender ideology. She hosts Trending with Timmerie on Relevant Radio. She holds a Masters Degree in Biblical Theology and Bachelor’s Degree in Communications Media with an emphasis in the New Evangelization from John Paul the Great Catholic University.