Sunday, January 30, 2011

THE CATHOLIC BISHOPS OF CANADA GIVE SEXUAL ADVICE WITHOUT GIVING TOO MANY DETAILS, THAT MIGHT BE GOOD



The one thing that you hear and see all the time on TV and the other medias is sex talk and action. There are even advice shows.

The one thing you don't hear from the Church anymore is sex talk. Are we too embarrassed? Does the Word of God and Sacred Tradition have no credibility anymore? Has the world's view on sex conquered the truth?

Well the Canadian bishops have taken a stand and have issued a document. YOU CAN READ ALL ABOUT IT BY PRESSING THIS SENTENCE.

6 comments:

pinanv525 said...

"...any activity should lead to intercourse." LOL! For most newlyweds, this is a foregone conclusion...washing dishes, scrubbing the floor, emptying the garbage...

SqueekerLamb said...

Well, I didn't know the Canadian Bishops had it in them! Way to go!

All this confirms what most women know in their hearts, but men pull them away from these truths.
Deviating from this only brings heartache and devastation...nothing good comes from straying from the truth.

In my strong opinion, it's high time the Church spent a generation teaching men how to be true men and husbands. How to be spiritual leaders of their househols, and how to lead thie families to heaven, and to stop being the source of temptation.

pinanv525 said...

How 'bout some instruction for the wives, too. They could start with cooking classes...and that other city in China. LOL!

SqueekerLamb said...

What other city in China?

pinanv525 said...

Get somebody to explain it...LOL! The two activities that married women think are cities in China.

Templar said...

The letter from the Canadian Bishops is precisely the type of thing we should be hearing from our Bishops, huzzah and bravo to our brethren from the North.

The article about the Bishops guidance has me scratching my head though. The consulted "experts" on several occasions say that Vatican II changed this and the Bishops are making us go backwards, to paraphrase, but try as I might to go over the 16 council documents (admittedly in my head) I can't recall any of them dealing with the subject. Am I wrong on that? Did V2 "reform sexuality". I must have missed it. Or perhaps it was in the document that turned the Priests around the wrong way, and told us we're too grown up to be receiving communion kneeling.