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But there are things that we cannot change in our children, like the God-given gift, and cross, of sexuality.It is always both a gift and a cross, because it forms a part of our “vocation” or calling, that is to say, the specific way in which each of us is called to serve and connect with others and ourselves, on the cross-carrying journey.I think you won’t be able to change the fact that he will “date,” unless he wants to commit himself to celibacy.But I am going to go ahead and presume he doesn’t want to, and isn’t going to, do that, since he’s “come out” to you, and I don’t think you can change that in him, at age 14.Just like other parents, of heterosexual children, say, bring that girl (even the one of whom we disapprove) home, so we can meet her, aren’t saying, go ahead and do whatever you want.
So what am I saying practically, about what you should do when your son “wants to date”?Truly, I say to you, it shall be more tolerable (ἀνεκτότερον) on the day of judgment for the land of Sodom and Gomorrah than for that town.” (Mt 10: 14-15) And here’s the other thing about homosexuality.We do know today, according to reliable scientific studies, that this sexual orientation is formed in most (not all) cases, by the early age of 3-4.Sister Vassa recently posted an advice piece to her Facebook page (the letter itself has been removed from Facebook and she is actively blocking people who comment on it).I post it below for those who didn't read it when it was available along with my own comments (which I'm sure will upset some readers).
*EMAIL OF THE WEEK: (from a mother, on MY SON IS HOMOSEXUAL). Vassa, Please let me first tell you how much your reflections mean to me.