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Cure for AIDS

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 Contents - Mar 2009AD2000 March 2009 - Buy a copy now
Editorial: Lent: preparing for the risen Christ - Peter Westmore
Lefebvrists: Benedict XVI's bold move for Church unity - Michael Gilchrist
News: The Church Around the World
Vocations: Indian priests: still plentiful but fewer available for overseas - AD2000 Report
American seminaries mostly 'healthy', but many problems remain
Did Antonio Gramsci have second thoughts? - Babette Francis
Pope welcomes election of new Russian Patriarch Kirill - Michael Gilchrist
Foundations of Faith: Protestant Churches: origins and beliefs (2) - Frank Mobbs
Obituary: Fr Richard Neuhaus (1936-2009): bringing the Gospel to public life - Fr Raymond J. De Souza
The recession and Catholic social teaching - Mark and Louise Zwick
The family and the culture of death: a challenge for Christians - Fr Dennis Byrnes
Marian Valley, spiritual oasis for young Brisbane Catholics - Br Barry Coldrey
Letters: Pivotal question - Fr M. Durham
Letters: In communion? - Errol P. Duke
Letters: Cure for AIDS - Ben Veitz
Letters: Generosity - Fr A. Joseph
Poetry: Collages
Books: Labour and Justice, by Gavan Duffy - Peter Westmore (reviewer)
Books: THE BIBLE AND THE QUR'AN, by Jacques Jomier OP - Tim Cannon (reviewer)
Books: Books available now from AD2000 Books
Reflection: Benedict XVI: why kneeling is central to Christian worship - Benedict XVI

Do people realise that the cure for AIDS has been documented for 6,000 years? It's found in a word called faithfulness which is seemingly not very popular these days.

We've spent billions around the globe and neither condoms nor education has worked. AIDS continues to spread. However, billions of people around the world are practising safe sex. It's called a faithful marriage between a man and a woman committed to each other.

Consider a man and a woman, both virgins, committed to one another for a lifetime in a marriage covenant. AIDS would only last one generation.

The only everlasting cure for AIDS is monogamous marriage between a heterosexual couple.

AIDS is predominantly spread sexually, and to a lesser extent by IV drug use (in Australia). Its main proliferators, which we rarely see recognised, are homosexuality, promis- cuity, fornication and adultery, otherwise known as Self Indulgent Nature (SIN).

And of course we all know that the wages (or result) of sin is death (physically, or eventually spiritually).

The institution of marriage (between a man and a woman) is a 6,000 year ordinance that works and has stood the test of time - despite the contempt shown to it by our parliaments.

Who knows, maybe one day they'll be sued for spreading the AIDS virus by ratifying gay marriage?

Many Australians think that they can lead a wayward sexual life without consequences. There are always consequences, whether they be good or bad!

So I encourage everyone to be aware. Be aware of SIN. Be aware of promiscuity, sexual infidelity, adultery, fornication and homosexuality, because it is deadly, both physically and spiritually.

You can experiment with this if you like. I've been married to the same beautiful woman for 21 years and, guess what, I haven't caught anything! Amazing.

Bendigo Family Association
Bendigo, Vic

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Reprinted from AD2000 Vol 22 No 2 (March 2009), p. 16

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