More thoughts on archbishop rumors

More thoughts on archbishop rumors

As it looks more and more certain that an archbishop will be announced for Boston in the next few days (whether it is actually O’Malley or not), some questions come to mind. How will the appointment affect those parents trying their hardest to protect their children from “Talking about Touching”? When a new archbishop is appointed all major business stops until he is installed. That means TaT, which is the law of the land, today will remain where it is. And since the new archbishop’s installation won’t take place before September at the earliest, it means that TaT will be replacing religious education in Catholic schools and parishes this year.

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Domenico Bettinelli
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  • TaT in schools will be done during religious education classes. That is already decided. And you can be sure that parents aren’t going to cart their kids down to the church for another hour a week for some mandatory sex abuse education class.

    That’s why it is parish religious education directors who were brought in and told to implement it.

    As for the sample lessons on the CFC site: you don’t think they put the objectionable material right there on the site to see, would you? That’s why I included examples of the bad stuff in my article.

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