What Msgr. Foy saw early on was what others, both in the Church and the world, would come to see much later. In uncoupling what God has put together — sexual union and procreation — many other things would eventually come apart: sex and marriage, sex and love, love and marriage, and even marriages and families themselves. Indeed, in embracing the great uncoupling, many Christians separated themselves from the faith altogether and found their ecclesial communities rendered sterile. Msgr. Foy saw what was at stake before many others. After St. John Paul II and Benedict XVI, the Church has re-learned that sexual difference and the call to love illumines both the Trinitarian union and the nuptial dimension of the Church. For all that, he deserves the Church’s thanks. That in his anniversary year the pope of Humanae Vitae, Paul VI, is beatified is likely the greatest gift he will receive. (Source)
Msgr. Foy was right and the rest of the Canadian Church and society was wrong. That’s why saying the “electorate is always right” is just plain stupid and dumb.