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David Geiringer

the ‘Catholic method’, became popularised amongst non-Catholic couples in the twenty-first century. The Swedish company Natural Cycles advertise their app as offering a ‘digital contraceptive’, a more accurate, simple means of measuring basal temperature than the graph- and thermometer-laden procedure which haunted Catholic women’s early marriages. Targeted social media campaigns market the app as ‘natural

in The Pope and the pill
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Carmen Mangion

remained. This work does not explore explicitly why women left religious life in great numbers as they did in the 1970s and 1980s. There are publications that address this more fully. 20 Nor is this a history that takes up a position alongside ‘liberal’ or ‘traditional’ histories that either exalt or denounce the changes that came out of the Second Vatican Council. Many pundits have weighed in on the consequences of the Second Vatican Council in print and social media, arguing either that the Second Vatican Council has destroyed Catholicism or that ‘progressive’ changes

in Catholic nuns and sisters in a secular age