So the Instructor never yields to the blasts that blow in this world, nor commits the child to them like a vessel to make shipwreck on a wild and licentious course of life; but, wafted on by the favouring breeze of the Spirit of truth, stoutly holds on to the child's helm — his ears, I mean — until He bring him safe to anchor in the haven of heaven. What is called by men an ancestral custom passes away in a moment, but the divine guidance is a possession which abides forever. According to Titus Flavius Clemens, also known as Clement of Alexandria ( c. 150 Athen – c. 215 Jerusalem), The Paedagogus ( The Instructor)I, 53-56 (Trad. SC 70 and Coll. The Fathers in Faith, n ° 44-45).Chapter 7. Who the Instructor is and Respecting his Instruction and also Les oeuvres de Saint Clément d'Alexandrie traduit du grec avec les opuscules de plusieurs autres Pères grecs- A PARIS chez D ,MARIETTE rue St Jacques à Saint Augustin-MDCCI avec le privilège du Roy. https://www.newadvent.org/fathers/0207.htm
Let us pray for the Catholic Church and its authorities that they may always be exemplary in a world that seeks its bearings.
"As for its pedagogy, it is religion: it teaches us the service of God, trains us to know the truth, leads us straight to heaven ... The navigator steers the boat with the intention of leading the passengers with good port; in the same way, our pedagogue indicates to the children of God the way of life which leads to the salvation, because of his concern for us ... "
Take a moment to treasure up all these things and ponder them in your heart (cf Luke 2,19)
Let your speech always be gracious, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how you ought to answer everyone. Col 4:6