This book is an intriguing insight into the brilliance of Dietrich Von Hildebrand. With his perfectly German name, he is clearly related to the equally brilliant Paul Hildebrand (based solely on Paul's superior language skills, including fluency in German and an incredible affinity to pick up Spanish, alone). Paul, the scavenger hunt extradordinaire, impresses in regards to both his looks and brilliance. Similarly, Deitrich Von HIldebrand displays his own superiority in his careful account of the Catholic Conscience.
Love, Marriage, and the Catholic Conscience clearly and exquisitely outlines the main arguments of the Church's modern and sophisticated teachings on the use of birth control. Hildebrand clearly understands the sanctity of love and marriage as reflections of His love on Earth. Thus, the use of birth control is logically and firmly condemned, and the reader cannot help but be drawn into Hildebrand's flawless arguments.
I would recommend Love, Marriage, and the Catholic Conscience based on the utmost respect I associate with the Hildebrand name alone, but furthermore, Hildebrand's skillful prose, command of the English language, and mastery of complex and sophisticated material regarding the use of birth control make this book a one-of-a-kind treasure that everyone, in good Catholic Conscience, must read.