César Fernández-Stoll

César Fernández-Stoll
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Monday, May 23, 2011

Parents fight Catholic school board on sexual orientation teachings | Posted Toronto | National Post

I’d like to put down some comments to what was placed as issues towards this article in the National Post.
The question is: I think the parent has her head in the sand. What will this woman do if one of her children is homosexual?
Comment: Pray, always pray and then, expose the truth. There is no such a thing as a child of anyone becoming a sodomite just because. The truth needs to be exposed and explained. Our nature is of men and women and nothing in between. Yes, there are some birth defects and some people that look and act 'different' and all deserve our love and respect. But that does not mean teach and absolve sin, least sinful life styles.
That idea that a parent needs to simple bent to what the children bring from the street as the new gospel is the problem. How much more is the people going to let the institutions organized and form by us, parents and individuals, turn around and destroy us by imposing or letting other, impose their distorted life doctrines?
The claim: Catholic schools, or any religious schools, should not receive public funding. As long as they are, then quit complaining about inclusive programming. Quit discriminating against people.
Comment: Actually nobody should be receiving any public funding for anything, nor public schools either and certainly not the many parasites and predators that live off the system. The matter of this commentaries is actually a good example on why the people should take back the future of this country, why governments should be diminished to their sole purpose of administrating and not dictating or actually, helping' in the destruction of the institution of family and marriage, of course the only one possible way; one man and one woman under God.
Maturity: I know many young people in the Catholic school system who are gay. I think there needs to be some sort of support group for them. It would be great if there was a Courage group in many of the schools where they could get support. It is a group for Gay and lesbian Christians who are seeking a safe place of friendship in which to reconcile their faith and sexuality and grow towards Christian maturity.
Comment: Certainly we love the person and hate the sin but I am not sure that being so vocal on this issue is going to help at all. Instead it makes us look hateful. The Catholic school system needs to start a support group for gay and lesbian students at the high school level where they can receive Catholic support.
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