Monday, February 2, 2015

LOOK OUT YOU HATERS. HERE COMES A NEW GENERATION OF ROHRS AND WHITES

Jessica Rohr says teaching
the purpose of sex and its role
 in marriage is the job of
parents and/or guardians.

Choosing to keep the 'v-card'

Written by
Angelica Rohr and Hannah White
VIBE

The media and society portray virgins as repressed, prudish or naive. But for most people, virginity is not an accident -- they have chosen to keep their "v-card" until marriage, not just because they haven't had the chance to give it away or haven't had sufficient sexual education.




25 comments:

  1. You can't hate young kids doing something so admirable. Great job, Tim and Chuck.

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  2. Very beautiful and inspirational article by beautiful and inspirational young women. Voices of sanity and holiness in a very corrupt world.

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  3. It is a breath of fresh air seeing how young Catholic women can stand up strong and resist the temptation to go along with the rest of the crowd. Tim, you and your wife have every reason to be happy and proud of you children. Blessings.

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  4. Fr.Matthew Blockley.February 3, 2015 at 2:21 AM


    God Bless the Rohr and the White famalies for upholding authentic catholic values and witnessing to these values in the media. The greater number of young people with the values of these famalies the greater it contributes to an authentic catholic evangelization of Guam and the Mariana islands. What we need is an authentic return to the values, traditions of our catholic faith. We must return to our traditions, to our devotions of what ir means to be truly members of the Roman Catholic Church. Return to the tradition and to devotional catholic spirituality - the road to salvatio, and Holy Mother Church in her sacred Tradition will lead us to the eternal banquet. Kiko, Carmen, Apuron and all the rest will lead you somewhere, I don't know where, but I doubt to the gate of salvation. upon my death I know where I'm going. The question is Diana, do you know where your going?

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  5. My goodness, listen to these young women. We pray they stay strong! Compare these young ladies to Father Luis Camacho shouting From the pulpit in our Cathedral about how many women he took advantage of. How many kids he could have had. He is not thirty yet. It wasn't eons ago. NEO badge of honor. Dear, Lord. The young women puts these guys in an even worse light. Puts a lot in perspective.

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    1. Don't even believe the testimony of Luis Camacho.

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    2. Evil juice of the Jungle. What fruit this hate group produce.

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  6. Joe R. San AgustinFebruary 3, 2015 at 8:40 AM

    Power to you, ladies; and blessings as well! Expressing your beliefs on a subject as volatile and subject to criticism as this is an act of fortitude in itself. Stay the course, in the face of adversities. May your example be emulated by others. God bless you and your parents for such a noble upbringing. You are a whiff of fresh air in a world so polluted.

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  7. ROHR-ring like a lion! You go girls!!!! It's so wonderful to find this breath of fresh air in our youth. It gives me hope. Please have them visit FD, ND, AOLG, and St Thomas with their message. Our young people need to hear from other young people walking the walk (no pun intended).

    The young people of today are saturated with everything sexual from images to music and especially social media. Parents are disconnected and the message is not being transmitted that sexuality has a proper place in marriage.

    I will share an example. My niece had a failed suicide attempt. She sent a compromising picture to a boy thinking it was private. Well, it wasn't and her photo spread throughout various schools, especially Father Duenas!. Because we failed as a family to instill the values of the sacredness of her body, our beautiful dear niece made a mistake and is in shambles because of it.

    Unfortunately, this is one story of many out there on this very island of Guam. Wake up parents! Teach your children! Be aware of what happens on their electronic devices. Don't assume like we did that our child "knew better". She didn't and I bet that your child probably doesn't know any better either.

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  8. In this and their courageous pro-life work, the Rohr kids have been -- in spite of the fact that I am significantly older than any of them -- an inspiration to me.

    ~ Shane Intihar

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  9. AAA has been summoned to Rome.

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    1. @10:05 am summoned to Rome for good? Can he take some of his good friends??

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    2. oooh, oooh, oooh, for what, pray tell?

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    3. 10.05am. Not known with certainity. Expected before lent or during lent.

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    4. Don't tell, me. Call me Tony. Edivaldo and Harold the vice rector of the RMS Seminary?? Off to Rome wearing dry cleaners plastic bags they wore in PI? In case ROME is raining down rock solid charges upon Call me Tony? Say, Call me Tony, will you be staying at CasaSanta Marta?

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    5. How appropriate if done on the Ides of March.

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    6. What? The chauffeur and shoe shiner gone to Rome? Are they the experts now, or are the turning in their resume to take over Adrian Crystal no Balls' job? Andrian is your crystal ball beginning to look cloudy.

      BTW, what is this committe Triple A wants to form? Something about appointing a committee to watch his moves? No fair, NCW members will be appointed again and rating will be favorable!

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  10. I commend these girls for their courage to go against the grain. Now they need to share their enthusiasm with their peers and grow their group.
    Also need to start a young mens chastity group. Kudos Ladies.

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  11. Very counter-cultural stuff. Good job, Angelica and Hannah! Here's two more reasons to keep the "v-card":

    1) The inner strength gained from practicing chastity before marriage can be applied to staying faithful during marriage.

    2) Waiting until marriage eliminates the devastating temptation to compare your spouse to other partners.

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    1. Check,check, Chuck. Two Good Points.

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  12. Marilu D. MartinezFebruary 3, 2015 at 3:26 PM

    A felicitous WELCOME to the next generation of Rohrs and Whites!

    … and to all the Serena Mafnases, the Sarah Gregsons and the Nora Santoses who represent the next generation of courageous young women, unafraid to take a stance in defense of Chastity and unafraid to live up to and practice what they believe, God bless you all -- all, fruits of authentic Catholicism!

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  13. Fantastic write up and fantastic girls and obviously fantastic parenting!

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  14. Bruce and Jesusa WilliamsFebruary 3, 2015 at 9:46 PM

    A Mystery.... to be in this world but not of the world....preserving the sanctity of the body, the temple of the soul....for the Father, Who at our conception breathed upon our flesh, His likeness, our soul.
    Blessed Mary, Mother Immaculate, calls Her children to embrace Chastity and purity of body, mind and thought on this, the first day of the Novena to Our Lady of Lourdes. God Bless you for your testimony and faith. Thank your parents for their sacrifice and obedience to God's sacred design, marriage, to be fruitful and multiply and raise offspring unto the Lord!
    "And She will crush his head under Her feet".

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  15. It's refreshing to know there are still wholesome young ladies in our society! Kudos to their parents for instilling in them never to lose respect for themselves. We as parents need to foster their mode of thinking within our own families and ensure our youth stay obedient to our Catholic values and belief! Biba Katoliku!

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  16. Very nice, interesting, well written and refreshing :) I hope in the future my daughter could say the same!

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