Bishop revamps religious ed
Restructuring of instruction for adults, children in LI diocese prompts some fears of conservative shift
Carol Eisenberg reports on another great move by Bishop Murphy in Newsday. I especially like what the spokesman for the Diocese, Sean Dolan had to say:
"The rationale for doing this is we have 1.4 million Catholics on Long Island. In any given year, 20,000 baptisms take place. The committee given the responsibility for looking at these offices, was asking, 'Why are only a fraction of those baptized people going to Mass?'"
"There will be stronger accountability. We want to ensure that everyone involved with the Office of Faith Formation does buy into the fact that they are teaching the Magisterium of the Catholic Church."