seems unimaginable that parents will
be imprisoned just because they want
to protect their children from state
sex education. Or be imprisoned for
pulling their children out of schools
and homeschooling them. But this is
what is happening in Germany.
The anti-life forces always accuse Christians
who speak against homosexuality as bigots.
But what Germany does is the greatest
bigotry of all. Anti-life forces are
insistent on the right of choice, but
they deny such choice to those who oppose
their views. Do not be mislead. The
anti-life forces are bent (hell bent
is appropriate) in imposing their liberal
secular humanist culture on the world.
They will tolerate no opposition. They
will bring on the new persecution of
Christians who will suffer for their
Where does it all start? With RH (reproductive
health). The contraceptive mentality
will lead to abortion, to same-sex marriage,
to valueless state-sponsored sex education,
to sexual promiscuity, to breakdown
of marriage and family, to the collapse
State Sex Education Lands Parents in Jail
Global Groups Defend German
MADRID, Spain, MARCH 18, 2011 (Zenit.org).-
A growing number of organizations are
defending the rights of German families
to remove their children from state-sponsored
sex education, as more parents have
been imprisoned for refusing to send
their children to the classes.
case of one woman, Irene Wiens, who refused
to send her children to the classes in
2006 is now before the European Court
of Human Rights. Her
husband already served a six-week jail
term, and Irene Wiens is now in jail.
couple refused to send their children
to the classes, saying that they present
a permissive view of human sexuality in
conflict with their religious convictions.
to the U.S.-based Alliance Defense Fund,
which is representing the case, four other
parents have also been imprisoned.
Spain, Professionals for Ethics is promoting
a declaration in favor of Wiens, which
has been endorsed by 43 associations from
Spain, Ireland, Italy, the United States,
Kenya and other countries.
this week at the United Nations in New
York, the Holy See's permanent observer
reminded that parents have a right to
educate their children according to their
beliefs, "including education about
authentic human love, marriage, and the
to me to live is Christ, and to die is
gain." (Phil 1:21)