I never asked to know more about you.
The point was, and is, that those who have never raised children in these times find it easy to cut, paste, and opine, on how they think it should be done. They have NO CLUE the multitude of variables that affect and effect spiritual development...no matter how much you read a book no one can fully understand unless they have kids of your own.
I would argue that “regular Catholic parishes” are not Catholic at all. Most have lost the faith. All are filled with blatant sacrilege, immodesty, questionable sacraments, if not totally invalid sacraments. My question pertains to those who raised their children to be Traditional Catholic adults. Obviously, this does not apply to you so you would be unable to answer the question. Modern Catholicism is devoid of many of the challenges of Traditional Catholicism so you simply wouldn’t understand. No sense on you even replying to my question.
Pardon my confusion but you said you raised your children in the first paragraph but in the second you say you are not a father. Again, you don’t have to clarify. It really has nothing to do with my question. The contradiction caught my attention, that’s all.
I attack no one. I simply asked for experienced based advise from those “in the trenches” but instead everyone is quick to cut and paste internet content instead of providing their own anecdotal experience.