Detroit parents learn to give sex education

Maino, Mary Dufty
February 1954
America;2/27/1954, Vol. 90 Issue 22, p560
The article reports on the growing interest of parents in Detroit, Michigan in providing their children the right information and guidance about sex. The Catholic Church urges families to increase their knowledge about sex especially among their children show should understand the true essence of sex. Proper sex instruction in homes assures deep reverence in children.


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