I wrote on a previous post that most post-Vatican II parishes are so shallow in promoting the authentic faith and morals of the Church that they are incapable of providing vocations to the priesthood and religious life. These parishes have simply become a social club for members to have a religious component in their lives and form social connections. It is very superficial.
Only traditional parishes, parishes with new movements, like charismatic communities or other such concoctions to fill a void, are providing vocations.
Lay Catholics truly committed to the faith, having numerous children and providing vocations don’t come from progressive Catholicism and its parishes.
Thus what do you make of this headline from the Deacon’s Bench?