Clergy pledge of assent to Humanae Vitae

Human Life International has drawn up a Clergy Pledge of Assent to Humanae Vitae. As they explain:
In the face of a whole generation of silence and dissent to this most critical of all papal encyclicals, HLI is endeavoring to form a new generation of assent, both from the ranks of the existing clergy and among those who are studying for Holy Orders.
You can read more about the pledge at the HLI homepage and you can download a copy of the pledge (pdf 105kb) which bishops, priests, deacons and seminarians are all invited to sign.

(I wonder if it would be possible for HLI to arrange for this to be signed by email or on the web?)

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