As all right-minded people know, benighted Protestants, because of their blinkered commitment to sola Scriptura, lack proper moral guidance. They’ve been cast adrift. By contrast, the children of Rome have the inestimable direction of the Magisterium to point the way.
Case in point: apparently, the Vatican currently takes the following position on using or abusing prophylactics:
i) If an HIV+ callboy is servicing another man, then he may justifiably don a condom to reduce the risk of infecting his male client.
ii) If, on the other hand, an HIV+ callboy is servicing a woman, then it would be morally disordered if he donned a condom to reduce the risk of infecting his female client (since, by wearing a condom, the sex act would not longer be open to the possibility of conceiving new life).
iii) Likewise, while an HIV+ callboy can justifiably don a condom when servicing his john (to protect the john from infection), an HIV+ husband can’t justifiably don a condom when making love to his wife (to protect his wife from infection.)
It’s lucid examples like these that illustrate, as clearly as anything, the moral superiority of Roman Catholic ethics.