Bishop Heriberto Bodeant: "In Uruguay, Catholic education depends on parents".

Omnes-January 21, 2018-Reading time: < 1 minutes

"The Uruguayan Church is poor and, as Cardinal Sturla says, free"Heriberto Bodeant, in an interview with the bishop of Melo, in an interview with Word. The conversation revolves around the challenges of Catholic education-identity, quality and sustainability-, which "it depends on parental input"The youth, Aparecida, Panama, the Popes, and communication: how to "touching people's hearts".

-TEXT Rafael Miner

He is a bishop who is familiar with technology - he even knows how to search for files and classify photos - and with English. Before entering the seminary he was a teacher in public education, and he knows firsthand that in Uruguay, not only does "no religious teaching but no religious reference".

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