The telegraph has an article about Cherie Blair's attack on the Church for her teaching on contraception.
"Despite being a devour [sic] Catholic and encouraging her husband, Tony, to convert from Anglicanism, she said she used contraception.
The wife of the former Prime Minister said: 'I feel if you look at what progress women have made in the world, one of the reasons is because they have been able to control their fertility.' "
I would here argue--along with Blair's countryman, Chesterton--that her definition of "progress" leaves something to be desired. There was a time when "progress" meant that things are getting better and not merely changing.
Read More at the Nicene Guys site.
And, of course, Mark Shea has a much more concise take on the whole matter.