"Ten Commandments" for the Education of Children - Part VI
Here is the “Sixth Commandment for the Education of Children” from a homily by Msgr. João Scognamiglio Clá Dias, with an excerpt from Msgr. João’s biography of Dona Lucilia that highlights an example of this commandment taken to its plenitude and a video from the book study to illustrate the principle further. For the first five commandments visit the blog index:
Do not provoke your children to anger (Eph. 6:4). To provoke the anger of children is not in accordance with God’s plan, but on the contrary, it is necessary to practice meekness and to lavish love on children.
Dona Lucilia—Model of Motherly Love and compassion
See the video below to learn about being Serene, Loving, Compassionate...
To be continued…
Some of the above article was unofficially translated from: https://arautosfamilia.com/decalogo-educacao-filhos/
About the Article: Many Saints and also many Popes in the history of the Church have dedicated themselves to writing some points to help parents educate their children. The founder of the Heralds of the Gospel, Msgr. João Scognamiglio Clá Dias, made a summary of some of these points in a homily, calling them a decalogue for the education of children, as they contain some of the principle points for the good education of children.