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(1) Most people Catholics included believe that if you raise your kids morally and "perfectly" everything will be fine. Not True you supposed to raise your children morally and do what is right because you love Jesus and want to keep his commandments, not because of the results. Remember Jesus put into man's hands the most dangerous weapon in the world , something that can save him or destroy him., FREE WILL. You can do everything right but your child has that free will that can reject those teachings of Jesus you worked so hard to put into him/her. Remember Jesus all holy and sinless even he who was incapable of teaching others wrongly had Judas Iscariot who even though guided by Jesus personally choose with his free will to betray him. So don't be discouraged when children go astray, start praying, fasting and other acts that will flood them with actual graces and bring them back to the narrow path.      P.S.----A unique situation is when your son/daughter comes out gay and they tell you unless you accept them, their partner and their lifestyle they want nothing to do with you. You have an extra penance to assume here, try to join groups like Encourage so you don't start doubting God and give in to your child's demands. Remember Satan can even use love to draw you away from Jesus, the father of lies is very tricky and will try anything.      Lets here some of your supposed Catholic teachings that really are not Catholic teachings.
Okay.  Just to start off, I guess.

Acceptance of other religions is a no no. 
Judaism and Islam are incompatible with God's plan.
Emulating Protestant church programs is a terrible idea.  Like church lock-ins or "church wilderness getaways"
"In essentials unity, in non-essentials liberty, in all things charity."  St. Augustine never said that.  It was a Lutheran who said it.

"All troubles of the Church, all the evils in the world, flow from this source: that men do not by clear and sound knowledge and serious consideration penetrate into the truths of Sacred Scripture."  St. Teresa of Avila never said that.  It was a misattributed quote by Scott Hahn promoting his concept of "Prima Scriptura"

The "Rapture"
(12-26-2010, 03:38 PM)QuisUtDeus Wrote: [ -> ]"In essentials unity, in non-essentials liberty, in all things charity."  St. Augustine never said that.  It was a Lutheran who said it.

"All troubles of the Church, all the evils in the world, flow from this source: that men do not by clear and sound knowledge and serious consideration penetrate into the truths of Sacred Scripture."  St. Teresa of Avila never said that.  It was a misattributed quote by Scott Hahn promoting his concept of "Prima Scriptura"
I never knew that Quis! I guess one learns something new, everyday.