Originally Posted by CherryBomb
Let me know if you find it!
I couldn't find it. I did find one reference on ewtn but it wasn't even worth quoting as a source. Here are some links you can use to draw your own conclusions.
This reaffirms that life begins at conception.http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/co...n-life_en.html
"The human being is to be respected and treated as a person from the moment of conception; and therefore from that same moment his rights as a person must be recognized, among which in the first place is the inviolable right of every innocent human being to life."
This explains the doctrine of double effects.http://www.asa3.org/asa/PSCF/2004/PSCF9-04Mannoia.pdf
"First, the fundamental action by itself, independent of its consequences, must not be morally evil. Second, evil consequences resulting from a morally good action must not be the means to achieve a further good effect. Third, all evil consequences must be genuinely unintended, and merely tolerated if they happen. And fourth, the good consequences of the original action
must outweigh any evil consequences. To be permissible under Roman Catholic natural law, an action must conform to these four standards."
It's pretty obvious, to me anyway, that any benefit gained from having intercourse while on the pill does not outweigh the evil of abortion.
It's too bad I can't find it stated outright anywhere online. I know I read it on the web once upon a time.