dioceses mandate their elementary
school teachers take "Theology of the Body" professional development classes, where they teach such absurdities like that Jesus incarnated to save our bodies! (How do they explain martyrdom, then?)
For example, the Lincoln Diocese
promotes resources from the publisher TOBET, such as The Body Matters
series, which even includes story books for kindergartners! TOBET gives this description for these books (source
The Theology of the Body is a positive, beautiful approach to the truth of the body and its meaning. In a culture where the body is considered “an enemy to freedom,” an enemy which prohibits someone from being able to choose their gender or sexual expression, Saint John Paul’s Theology of the Body is necessary more than ever. The Body Matters lesson books series teaches the truths about the body in an accessible, age-appropriate way. It is a great resource for parents, Faith Formation programs and Catholic schools to help children see the sacredness of the body. Here you can find Saint John Paul’s teachings on the body rendered in language accessible to children, with beautiful illustrations, practical examples and solid Catholic theology.
This is sex-education, which Pius XI condemned in Divini magistri illius
65. Another very grave danger is that naturalism which nowadays invades the field of education in that most delicate matter of purity of morals. Far too common is the error of those who with dangerous assurance and under an ugly term propagate a so-called sex-education, falsely imagining they can forearm youths against the dangers of sensuality by means purely natural, such as a foolhardy initiation and precautionary instruction for all indiscriminately, even in public; and, worse still, by exposing them at an early age to the occasions, in order to accustom them, so it is argued, and as it were to harden them against such dangers.