• Friday, February 06, 2015 - 05:30
The News Minute| February 5, 2015| Kerala Catholic Bishops’ Conference (KCBC) has issued a circular that is to be read in catholic churches in the state against the trend of selfies and 'dangerous love affairs' The circular warns the younger generation about selfies and says that social media and mobile phones can mislead the younger generations. “Through selfies children expose themselves to others, this should not be allowed. Parents should control them and teach them not to get involved in such practices . These practices can attract people and they will swoop down like vultures” says the circular written by Bishop Vincent Samuel. The circular also warns catholic parents that their children are living in dangerous times, and that cases of fake love affairs which lead to religious conversions are increasing. “Through fake love affairs they can convert your children to other religion and later lead to terrorism and other anti social activities. So beware and teach them to stick on to catholic beliefs” says the circular. It also urges parents to hold back their children to catholic belief and to live according to the norms of Christianity. Tweet Follow @thenewsminute  Read : Furious Rima Kallingal and Aashiq Abu lash out at Mangalam journalist for linking them to cocaine case