At the Youth Synod in Rome this week, one of the bishops’ discussion groups made some disappointing and ignorant comments about Catholic homeschoolers.
We have grave concerns that too many Synod organizers and gadflies with the ears of powerful officials are using it to dilute Church teachings and are plotting to have the Church move to meet them on the secular world’s easy, wide path.
As the bishops prepare to discuss the best ways to accompany youth in their October synod, they may benefit from the following insights from Monsignor Luigi Giussani, a modern master on the accompaniment of youth.
There is a danger that the Synod leaders will continue to soft-pedal the Truth of the Christ and leave young people lost in the relativism of modernity. Young people, like all of us, need our Holy Mother Church to boldly and confidently proclaim the Gospel.
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