Please explain the part about children being bound to make restitution for the theft of their parents.
"Stealing is forbidden because of the uselessness of stolen goods, for they are of no spiritual value: “Treasures of wickedness shall profit nothing.” (Prov. 10:2.) Wealth can indeed be useful for alms-giving and offering of sacrifices, for “the ransom of a man’s life are his riches.” (Prov. 13:8.) It also should be known that a thief may lose not only his own soul, but also the souls of his children, since they too, are bound to make restitution.
St. Thomas Aquinas."