The most powerful tool we have when it comes to teaching our children about the beauty of their sexuality in the digital age is conversation. Real, honest, “look them in the eyes” conversations about their deep questions. In the digital age, passive parenting is not an option—the internet never rests.
The Archdiocese of Atlanta is setting aside this weekend, March 21st & 22nd to celebrate our second annual Safe Haven Sunday in order to provide free resources to assist you with confidently talking to your children about internet dangers, as well as their online and offline choices. Safe Haven Sunday is celebrated through prayer and reflection within the context of the Mass. We will make available Covenant Eyes’ most recent book, Confident: Helping Parents Navigate Online Exposure . We will delay the distribution of the books until Masses resume. This book includes a free seven-day text-to-opt-in program that provides practical tips for caring adults to create safer digital environments for themselves and young people. Simply text SECURE to 66866 to begin receiving guidance today! Thank you for celebrating with us! If you have any questions about this awareness weekend, please contact Kelley Peffer at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Receive one email a day for seven days to help you with the latest parental control ideas for your home. Emails Include:
• YouTube Restricted Mode
• Understanding Apps
• Setting iOS Screen Time and Content Restrictions
• Google SafeSearch
• The Importance of Accountability
• Social Media and Teens
• Critical Conversations
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