“The family, while maintaining its primary space in education (cf. Gravissimum Educationis, 3), cannot be the only place for teaching sexuality.” (Final Report of the Synod on the Family)
The Final Report of the Synod includes a pernicious item that Catholics need to speak out about. From a recent report by Voice of the Family, the Synod’s Final Report contains a portion that “undermines Catholic teaching on the rights and duties of parents as the primary educators”.
“257 Synod Fathers voted on Saturday to approve a paragraph in the Relazione Finale of the Ordinary Synod on the Family which rejects the right of parents to choose to be the sole educators of their children in sexual matters.
The sentence, in paragraph 58 of the document, reads:
“The family, while maintaining its primary space in education (cf. Gravissimum Educationis, 3), cannot be the only place for teaching sexuality.”
This is directly contrary to the teaching of the Catholic Church which is that the family can be the only place for teaching sexuality if that is the choice that the parents make.”
Voice of the Family charges that “The Relazione Finale reflects the agenda of the international institutions.” It should be noted that it also reflects, the hand of Cardinal Godfried Danneels. Here’s a bit of insight on that:
Alexandra Colen, a member of the Belgian Parliament, reported on the bitter struggle Belgian Catholic parents had, and eventually lost, with Cardinal Danneels over his policy of forcing a pornographic program on children under the guise of catechism lessons.
Strong language warning! The following post is for adults only, even though the objectionable language was approved by the Bishops of Belgium for their childrens’ catechism classes.
Cardinal Danneels, … was Archbishop of Mechelen-Brussels and Primate of Belgium from 1979 until 2010. The sympathy for pedophile attitudes and arguments among the Belgian bishops during this period was no secret, especially since 1997 when the fierce controversy about the catechism textbook Roeach made the headlines. The editors of Roeach were Prof. Jef Bulckens of the Catholic University of Leuven and Prof. Frans Lefevre of the Seminary of Bruges.
The (Roeach) textbook contained a drawing which showed a naked baby girl saying: “Stroking my pussy makes me feel groovy,” “I like to take my knickers off with friends,” “I want to be in the room when mum and dad have sex.” The drawing also shows a naked little boy and girl that are “playing doctor” and the little boy says: “Look, my willy is big.”
The drawing also showed three pairs of parents. Those with the “correct” attitude reply: “Yes, feeling and stroking those little places is good fun.” This “catechism textbook” was used in the catechism lessons in the catholic schools …”
Colen’s article contains much more information, and gives us a valuable insight from a Catholic parent who has experienced Cardinal Danneels perverted concern for the children entrusted to him.
Both Colen’s article and the Voice of the Family article are worth reading in their entirety. The fact that this evil paragraph was accepted by a majority of Bishops, is a strong indicator of the agenda of this Pope and his backers. Cardinal Danneels is at least 82 years old, and had no business at the Synod. He was placed there by Pope Francis. Think about it.
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