The other day David brought to my attention an article that can be found at http://www.realclearpolitics.com/Commentary/com-11_17_05_SC.html. According to the author, the "morning-after" pill is not what we've all been told it is. The article sparked some interesting (and potentially important) questions about both the "official" Catholic and Protestant positions on contraceptives. What is more important: the motive for using them, or the particular method used? Or are both important? I heard good arguments on all sides. I'm still thinking.
Along similar (but distinguishable) lines, I found a post on Mirror of Justice from last Wednesday particularly on-point about perspectives on abortion. It can be found at http://www.mirrorofjustice.com/