let’s say you have a son or daughter that is cohabitating or divorced and remarried. would it be approval of their living arrangements if you visited them and stayed at their house. assuming they live out of town. same for other family members such as siblings. I’ve heard the argument that if we really thought it was that bad, we wouldn’t do it or we are still approving by omission in some way.
I get that if they visit you, things could be different. you can specify the kinds of things to be followed in your own house such as separate bedrooms, eTC…
on another note, I had a discussion with an acquaintance once about being a pharmacist and how the priest basically told him to give up the career since they have to accept filling out of birth control prescriptions. I understand this because they would actually have to tell the client how to use it. but what about just working in a grocery store that carries other contraceptive items and having to check them out at the cash? is that similar?
i know with the pharmacy thing, there may be clauses that exempt certain people from filling out certain prescriptions for religious reasons but i don’t know if that exists here in Canada. which is too bad because that would mean a cahotlic with a well formed conscience would not really be able to study pharmacy anymore.