Someone sent in this interesting Story from Clarionherald.They wrote:
\"Guidelines for using Cyberspace wisely\" states, \"Remind your children that some library computers offer free access to dangerous Web sites (the American Civil Liberties contests some filtering systems and the American Library Association has been adamant in demanding that library computers do not restrict access to porn sites). \"
The article goes over the statement, from the U.S. Bishops, intended to help parents guide their children in use of the Internet .
\"In the simplest terms, Ignatius teaches that we must be careful in discerning what is good, what is evil and what is neutral in our lives. It follows then that we should embrace what is good, reject what is evil and make use of what is neutral in a positive way in our spiritual life. \"