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Catholics Won't Go Quietly

rahgoo Wrote: May 22, 2012 5:02 AM
Most sexual sinners are Alpha Men each has spawned over 25 illegitimate children while God fearing men support the offspring of their unfaithful wives. It is the duty of the Catholic Church to teach abstinence to the Alpha Male and have them agree to the monogamy of holy matrimony.
Rich1519 Wrote: May 22, 2012 5:46 AM
OK Magoo, time to go back to the nut farm, there's a good boy.
Happy Jake Wrote: May 22, 2012 6:50 AM
Actually, he - probably unintentionally - has a point. It IS the duty of the Catholic Church (and all other churches, for that matter) to teach the virtue of chastity (which Rahgoo incorrectly calls "Abstinence". Abstinance is a subset of chastity).

Chastity means living your sexual life correctly according to your state of life. If you are single, you should abstain. If you are married, you should only engage in sexual activity with your spouse, and all sexual activity is to be open to procreation. (And if you are not married, you are single. It's the sacrament, not the Facebook status, that is important)

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