TORONTO, June 2 (LSN) – Two weeks ago, Bishop Roman Danylak, of the Ukrainian Eparchy of Toronto, issued a press   release calling for the “restoration of Catholic teaching” in the Canadian Catholic School system The bishop   notes that, despite dedicated teachers and expensive programs, children are not adequately instructed in moral   issues and recognizes much of the blame is due to “gravely flawed” instructional material.  One such program is the Ontario Fully Alive “family life” series which Bishop Danylak says “is woefully deficient   in its treatment of moral principles.”“The Fully Alive program is not a program for formation in Christian virtue   but a program of imparting sexual knowledge to children,” he said.  The bishop recommended that the program be done   away with in all schools noting that “The proper authority in the area of family life education should be with the   parents.”  Regarding AIDS education, which was mandated in all schools by the Ontario government in 1986, the Bishop commented   on both the current program, “Education About Intimacy, Education About AIDS” and the proposed course entitled “AIDS:  A Catholic Educational Approach to HIV.” Bishop Danylak rejected the current program with its questionable treatment of homosexuality and said that “proper AIDS education does not ignore the frightful nature of HIV in its ultimate origin in illicit   sexual intercourse and contact.” The Bishop warns that “the new AIDS course recommends that PFLAG, a homosexual   advocacy group, be invited into the classrooms to talk to our children,” and condemns it as “an abomination.”“The best possible AIDS program is to promote chastity and its guardian modesty. To follow the Church’s teaching on   chastity would be to eliminate AIDS from the face of the earth.”  The full text of the Bishop Danylak’s statement can be found in the June issue of Catholic Insight which is online at: