The purpose of this post is to share Bishop Fred Henry’s commonsense explanation of current societal problems in Canada. His explanation is easily understood by those of any faith, or none at all. His concerns apply to our current situation in the United States.
Canadian families are in turmoil due to Ontario’s new comprehensive sex ed curriculum, thanks to Premier Kathleen Wynne who pushed and pushed until she got her way. Those affiliated with Catholic schools better sit down and shut up; they are required to teach the curriculum, also.
Since schools are focusing on sex ed instead of much needed subjects, it’s possible some don’t know the definition of totalitarianism. This is taken from Miriam-Webster’s Dictionary:
Meanwhile, out west in Alberta, Canada, the government has developed a one-size-fits-all policy for schools, public and private, succumbing to the man-made argument that humans aren’t necessarily born male or female. Bishop Henry has called the magistrate out for demanding Catholic schools conform (refer to the above definition of Totalitarian). Better yet, the Bishop has not posted the expected apology society demands of those who tell the truth. (Refer again to the above definition.)
Bishop Henry explains gender is determined at conception through God’s creation. Those who prefer scientific answers, check out this article written by Amy Johnson, a scientist who obtained her PhD at Stanford University.
Assuming Dr. Johnson and all anatomy and physiology textbooks are correct, why is Alberta’s Education Director, David Eggen, re-writing science? He is concerned about acceptance for all people, but it doesn’t appear Catholics are included.
“Spur social change”–school administrations exist to accomplish social change?
Think about where you live. Do you see these same situations in your schools, stores, and local government? Our neighbors up north are in a jam and the United States is right behind.
Thanks to Barbara McGuigan for shining a light on the situation and giving everyone an opportunity to stand behind Canada’s Bishop Henry. This is good practice; we will be needing to stand behind our American bishops soon unless more of us speak out. Political correctness is subjective and often not the truth.