Helping our children make good moral choices

Fr Guy Nicholls as Parish Priest and School Chaplain, and Fr Philip Cleevely as a Governor, wrote recently to parents of children at the Oratory Primary School in Birmingham saying:
In many Primary schools children are now being taught explicit sex education in the classroom. The Church, however, teaches that you, the parents, are the right persons to deal with this very important and sensitive area of your children's lives. Nevertheless, the Oratory Fathers and the Governors of the Oratory Primary School recognise that you may welcome some help and guidance in dealing with such an important and sensitive issue. That is why we are offering these six talks designed to cover various aspects of your children's sexual and moral development and behaviour. We hope you will find them helpful. Please tell us what you think of them.
Jackie Parkes (Catholic Mom of 10) has posted my sister Jane's notes on the first talk, given by Greg Clovis on "Moral Formation, the Internet, TV, and all that".

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