<quoted text>How many adults trumpet their use of birth control to the world?
The ones with few children.
And is this really a fair comparison? Carla Hale's inclusion of the first name of her partner in her mother's obit is "trumpeting"?
Yes, according to the church, divorce is a plague on society.And are you aware of the definition of divorce (or marriage for that matter) as it pertains to Catholics?
The Catechism of the Catholic Church Defines Divorce
Divorce is a grave offense against the natural law. It claims to break the contract, to which the spouses freely consented, to live with each other until death. Sacramental marriage is the sign of the covenant of salvation, to which divorce does incredible injury. Contracting a new union, even if it is recognized by civil law, adds to the gravity of the rupture: the remarried spouse is then in a situation of public and permanent adultery. If a husband, separated from his wife, becomes involved with another woman, he is an adulterer because he makes that woman commit adultery; and the woman who lives with him is an adulteress, because she has drawn another's husband to herself.
Furthermore, the Catechism states that divorce is immoral because it introduces disorder into the family and into society. This disorder brings grave harm to the deserted spouse, to children traumatized by the separation of their parents and often torn between them, and because of its contagious effect which makes it truly a plague on society.
But we'll just ignore that and go after Carla Hale. She's an easy target, especially since her mother just died.