The Sixth Commandment – Part 1
Submitted by Tom Stidl
What is the Sixth Commandment? Thou shall not commit adultery. As the Catholic Catechism states, all sexual intercourse and many other sex acts are sinful and need sacramental absolution. I am not here to write about that. I wish to look into modern day actions of the abuse of the Sixth Commandment. These would be the sins against the natural order.
God made two sexes. They are male and female. Whatever the appendages that you are born with is what you are. All human beings go through a process called puberty as we mature. During this process we should keep our thoughts in line with purity of heart staying wholesome. Being human, I know we will all fall of the wagon once in a while. This is understandable.
What is not understandable is that little boys want to be little girls and little girls want to be little boys. This is being fostered by a group of confused adult teachers who quite frankly need their heads examined. It has gone so far as the mutilation of the human body by sex change operations and other chemicals. This is appalling.
First, as stated in my articles on the Fourth Commandment, parents are the primary teachers of their children. Parents should be controlling all school boards. Sex Education belongs in the home not in the schools especially at an early age. Sex education should be taught in schools in a course that details the sex act as a function of marriage. Now we all know that teens will explore the anatomical differences of the opposite sex. This is a normal behavior for teens. This knowledge should only be used in the framework of marriage. This is a teaching matter for parents to discuss morality with their children. This is not a screaming or yelling matter for parents. Parents must always remind their children that abstinence from sexual activity is the best and moral way to prevent unwanted pregnancies and venereal diseases before marriage.
As for anyone that teaches the “Trans” movement, be they parents or teachers, the bible implies that it would be better that a large stone be tied around that person’s neck and be thrown into the sea than to lead an innocent child astray.
Children, if you have doubts about your sexual self- identity and are afraid to ask your parents or embarrassed about these thoughts, please ask the Holy Spirit to help you cope with this. The process is very simple. After asking the assistance of the Holy Spirit, He will enlighten your mind and lead you to the Blessed Virgin Mary, his spouse. As any good mother would do for her children, She will make sure that your face and hands are washed and your hair is combed spiritually, so to speak. Of course, St Joseph will look in on you also. Be assured that Mary and Joseph know how to care for children. They raised Jesus, didn’t they? Once, that is completed Mary will present you to Her Son, Jesus, who will lead you to God the Father.
The Holy Family along with God the Father, the Holy Spirit and your guardian angel will always put you on the straight and narrow path that leads you to eternal salvation.
Until next time, Laus Tibi, Christe. Deo Gratias. Gloria Tibi Domini. Praise be to God. See you in Paradise.