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VITA

(VMEbus International Trade Association, Fountain Hills, AZ, www.vita.com) A trade association that supports the VMEbus and other open standards. Founded in 1984, VITA was accredited as an ANSI standards development organization in 1993. See VMEbus.
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In regurgitating the oft-quoted dissent of the Canadian Catholic bishops from the teaching of Humanae vitae at the time ("whoever honestly chooses the course which seems right does so in a good conscience"), Dr.
While that was a good statement on conscience, it carefully avoided any mention of the Winnipeg Statement or the question of contraception or even Humanae vitae.
A brief comparison of Landino's terminology with that of Ficino and Pico is helpful for placing Landino's work in the context of late fifteenth-century Florentine thought concerning the genera vitae.
Hockett worked closely with associates Scott Brasfield, Don Harrier and Brendan Koon on his firm's evolution from TSH Architects to Vitae.
We are thrilled to be working with a world class team that has a demonstrated ability to develop high value products," said Peter Barrett, Senior Partner of Atlas Venture and prospective board member of Vitae.
This may explain Wills' sentence that Humanae vitae "is not really about sex.
Bill C-43 did not qualify under Evangelium vitae, para 73, as it could not "limit harm" or "lessen the negative consequences," nor did it qualify under Evangelium vitae, para.
Many have used an erroneous notion of conscience as an escape-hatch from the sacrifices demanded by Humanae vitae.
Rather, Humanae vitae couples have a clear understanding that their children are blessings and gifts, of whom they are not the owners, but only the guardians.
Anyone who places side by side paragraph 14 of Humanae vitae and paragraph 26 of the Winnipeg Statement will see that the Pope and the bishops are not saying the same thing.
S; however a majority believes that a new statement on Humanae vitae is a distinct and fruitful possibility.
In the first article below, our approach is to step back briefly to 1993 and see how some Canadian Catholics reacted to the 25th anniversary of Humanae vitae (Hv).