People, Dec. 25, 1972

Male chauvinism may be too strong a term, but the word from Pope Paul VI hardly endorsed Women's Liberation. Reaffirming the Roman Catholic Church's opposition to abortions ("abominable crimes"), the Pope took a cold look at "feminine emancipation" and "socalled sexual liberty." True emancipation does not lie in "materialistic equality," he said, but in "recognition of that which is essential and specific in the feminine personality—the vocation of the woman to be a mother."

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