True Love Takes True Purity

Inorder for a young man and young woman to truly fall in love, they need to not touch each other, but just enjoy each other and get to know each other.  They need to only date at the families house.  I call it family dating.  That way they are not tempted to sin and they get to know the whole family.  At home you see how they act, how their family truly is and if they keep their rooms clean and have orderly lives.

Sacred-Heart-of-Jesus-1For us men, the devil’s, and the other unclean spirits, first attack is to get us to sin sexually.  For women it is to be vain, the need to be looked at and be approved by men, even if it means demeaning themselves by being sexually exploited by men.

Holy Sex is when a man and a woman have the Sacrament of marriage and are having relations to have children.  Anything else is just lust and using the other person for self gratification which destroys true love.  We are so blessed to be traditional Catholics and to experience true love.

So many very young Catholic men and women, in looking for love, have lost their virginity. They get involved in sexual relationships, are self pleasuring and practice the vice of pornography.

If you love someone and are dating this person or married to this person, to help them truly and purely love, print up these quotes and give them to them to prayerfully read everyday to become liberated from the impure spirits of lust, fornication and adultery.


“Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God.”
— Matthew 5:8

 Saint John Bosco

“Holy Purity, the queen of virtues, the angelic virtue, is a jewel so precious that those who possess it become like the angels of God in heaven, even though clothed in mortal flesh.”
— Saint John Bosco

“We must be pure. I do not speak merely of the purity of the senses. We must observe great purity in our will, in our intentions, in all our actions.”
— Saint Peter Julian Eymard

“Those whose hearts are pure are the temples of the Holy Spirit.”
— Saint Lucy

“We must practice modesty, not only in our looks, but also in our whole deportment, and particularly in our dress, our walk, our conversation, and all similar actions.”
— Saint Alphonsus Liguori

“In the realm of evil thoughts none induces to sin as much as do thoughts that concern the pleasure of the flesh.”
— Saint Thomas Aquinas

“In temptations against chastity, the spiritual masters advise us, not so much to contend with the bad thought, as to turn the mind to some spiritual, or, at least, indifferent object. It is useful to combat other bad thoughts face to face, but not thoughts of impurity.”
— Saint Alphonsus Liguori

“Lust indulged became habit, and habit unresisted became necessity.”
— Saint Augustine

“More souls go to hell because of sins of the flesh than for any other reason.”
— Our Lady of Fatima

“Filthy talk makes us feel comfortable with filthy action. But the one who knows how to control the tongue is prepared to resist the attacks of lust.”
— Saint Clement of Alexandria

“The man of impure speech is a person whose lips are but an opening and a supply pipe which hell uses to vomit its impurities upon the earth.”
— Saint John Vianney

“Either we must speak as we dress, or dress as we speak. Why do we profess one thing and display another? The tongue talks of chastity, but the whole body reveals impurity.”
— Saint Jerome

“A pure soul is like a fine pearl. As long as it is hidden in the shell, at the bottom of the sea, no one thinks of admiring it. But if you bring it into the sunshine, this pearl will shine and attract all eyes. Thus the pure soul, which is hidden from the eyes of the world, will one day shine before the Angels in the sunshine of eternity.”
— Saint John Vianney

“The pure soul is a beautiful rose, and the Three Divine Persons descend from Heaven to inhale its fragrance.”
— Saint John Vianney

“Chastity is the lily of virtues, and makes men almost equal to Angels. Everything is beautiful in accordance with its purity. Now the purity of man is chastity, which is called honesty, and the observance of it, honor and also integrity; and its contrary is called corruption; in short, it has this peculiar excellence above the other virtues, that it preserves both soul and body fair and unspotted.”— Saint Francis de Sales

“Humility is the safeguard of chastity. In the matter of purity, there is no greater danger than not fearing the danger. For my part, when I find a man secure of himself and without fear, I give him up for lost.  I am less alarmed for one who is tempted and who resists by avoiding the occasions, than for one who is not tempted and is not careful to avoid occasions. When a person puts himself in an occasion, saying, I shall not fall, it is an almost infallible sign that he will fall, and with great injury to his soul.”
— Saint Philip Neri

“Your good resolutions must not make you proud, but humble and diffident; you carry a large sum of gold about you, take care not to meet any highwaymen. In this life there is nothing certain: we are in a continual warfare, and, therefore, ought to be on our guard day and night. We sail in a tempestuous sea that threatens us on every side, and in a poor leaky vessel: the devil, who aims at nothing less than our destruction, never ceases to increase the storm, to overwhelm us thereby, if he can; hence it was that the Apostle gave this precaution, even to the virtuous: ‘Let him that thinketh he standeth, take heed lest he fall’ (1 Cor. x.12).”
— Saint Jerome, Epistle to Saint Eustochium

“The state of grace is nothing other than purity, and it gives heaven to those who clothe themselves in it. Holiness, therefore, is simply the state of grace purified, illuminated, beautified by the most perfect purity, exempt not only from mortal sin but also from the smallest faults; purity will make saints of you! Everything lies in this!”
— Saint Peter Julian Eymard

“Chastity, or cleanness of heart, holds a glorious and distinguished place among the virtues, because she, alone, enables man to see God; hence Truth itself said, ‘Blessed are the clean of heart, for they shall see God.’”— Saint Augustine

“There is no remedy so powerful against the heat of concupiscence as the remembrance of our Savior’s Passion. In all my difficulties I never found anything so efficacious as the wounds of Christ: In them I sleep secure; from them I derive new life.”
— Saint Augustine

“God bestows more consideration on the purity of the intention with which our actions are performed than on the actions themselves.”
— Saint Augustine

“He alone loves the Creator perfectly who manifests a pure love for his neighbor.”
— Saint Bede the Venerable

“You carry your snare everywhere and spread your nets in all places. You allege that you never invited others to sin. You did not indeed, by your words, but you have done so by your dress and your deportment.”
— Saint John Chrysostom

“Let your modesty be a sufficient incitement, yea, an exhortation to everyone to be at peace on their merely looking at you.”
— Saint Ignatius of Loyola

Quotes taken from TFP Student Action

France, Bouches du Rhone, Arles, Saint-Trophime church Crowned Virgin and child by Leonardo Mirano

Sexual sins have created the monsters of;

  1. Killing unwanted babies in the mother’s womb.
  2. Homosexual and bisexual sex.
  3. Homosexual parades where anything goes.
  4. Teen pregnancies.
  5. Living together with no permanent committment.
  6. Children not having their own mother and dad together in permanent marriage.
  7. Hatred for Catholicism that condemns sexual sins.
  8. Sex is seen as purely for sexual gratification and no longer for procreating children.
  9. The use of birth control to avoid the biological consequences, conceiving a child.
  10. Sexually transmitted diseases, especially Herpes and AIDS.

True love waits for the Holy Sacrament of Matrimony and has no fear of sexually transmitted diseases.  We are so blessed to be traditional Catholics and to be free find true love.