In addition to having parish-based adult study groups and such to review basics of the Faith and promote discussion of timely topics, parents of children who are not in Catholic Schools, should be required to attend several Religious Ed sessions geared towards them concurrently with their kids. Group discussions among the adults covering many different topics can be promoted. There is an abject ignorance of matters of the Catholic faith on the part of many adult Catholics. When confronted by questions about their faith, dogma, Church history, even basic catechism, they are at a loss to converse. Discipleship depends on a level of competency, comfort in knowledge. We adults must all be able to respond when we hear His voice. We can then set a valid, living example for our children who do indeed watch what we do and say. I agree that Baptism Prep might include 3-4 mandatory sessions to review basics, again. I would advocate that more be done in Religious Ed classes when the children are older.