This was an interesting article. As a former Evangelical Protestant who converted to Catholicism "saw the light" as I call it--I can understand some of what he is saying. There is a lack of teaching on Biblical issues within certain parishes, undoubtedly. But, there is also a lack within certain Protestant--even Protestant Evangelical--churches. On thing that people should realize is that is is no one's responsibility to teach your child the Word of God, proper Doctrine, morals, values, etc. but the parents' responsibility. People should not think that by sending their children to Catholic school that they will come out with the way they intentioned--which is often with a sense of right from wrong and an understanding of the Truth. I know plenty of cradle Catholics who are more ignorant about the Church, Christianity, Catholicism, and morality than I ever have been. At the end of the day, attending Mass and a Catholic education (if that is what one chooses for their child) is only meant to reinforce--not REPLACE--what it is the parents' duty to teach. Children are a gift from God and one day their caretakers (which are usually the parents) will be held responsible by God for the teaching and upbringing they did or did not give them. Now, once children reach a certain age, they may go their own way. This is inevitable. However, a good Catholic, doctrinally-sound foundation should begin before the child is even conceived (eg praying for that child) and continued throughout their upbringing. The parents are the ones to blame here, not the Church or individual parishes.