The crises of HIV/AIDS infections and deaths in sub-Saharan Africa call for pragmatic solutions that are grounded in a broader vision of God’s mercy. While the church has and continues to be the major non-governmental provider of assistance to those communities and persons battling with HIV/AIDS infections, a critical and holistic review of its stance on rejecting any usefulness of condoms as prophylactics for preventing HIV infections. This approach is most urgent today as Africans continue to experience high rates of HIV infection among monogamous married couples who are sero-discordant.
Aihiokhai, SimonMary Asese
"Grounded in Mercy: Embracing a Practical Theological Response to the Reality of HIV/AIDS Sero‐Discordancy,"
Journal of the Black Catholic Theological Symposium: Vol. 10, Article 5.
Available at: https://ecommons.udayton.edu/jbcts/vol10/iss1/5