Should the Pope Remove the Church's Condom Ban?

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Pope Benedict XVI waves during his weekly general audience on November 24, 2010. Credit: Tiziano Fabi, AFP/Getty Images


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Benedict recently said that it was OK for Catholics to use condoms when having sex if doing so would help prevent the spread of AIDS.

Since The Pope's remarks will be featured in an upcoming book of interviews and were not officially sanctioned by the Vatican, there has been some debate about what exactly he meant.

The issue of the Pope and condom use has been a hot topic for a long time. What do you think? Should the Pope remove the Church's condom ban?
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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