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Re: Children’s Ballet
« Reply #15 on: December 11, 2017, 01:17:25 AM »
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  • We are to glorify God.

    Instead, people are glorifying creatures rather than the Creator.

    Isn't that why God did not want Israel to have Kings?
    God knew that there is always a tendency to worship kings,
    and that unjust kings would impose draconian hardships on their people.
    Didn't the Romans worship their emperors as deities during the time of Christ?

    Buildings that are dedicated as Churches should glorify God, not humanity.
    Paintings, adornments, and icons in the Churches should remind one of heaven,
    and should be windows into heaven, so that our minds are elevated to the divine.

    Lord have mercy.

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    Re: Children’s Ballet
    « Reply #16 on: December 13, 2017, 06:46:52 PM »
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  • TIA is definitely fringe, and not always the most intellectually honest. I wouldn’t hold much weight in their articles. 

    I think St Jean Marie Vianney dealt very well with the matter of dancing. 
    https://www.olrl.org/snt_docs/dancing.shtml

    I can’t say it would be a mortal sin to attend per se, but when it comes to these things, should children be dressed in skin tight clothing? It would obviously be a sin for an adult to wear, so why say it’s ok for children, just because they haven’t hit puberty?


     

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