Dear Father | Is it OK attend non-Catholic church's vacation Bible school?

Q: I have been asked by a relative if my children would like to attend a vacation Bible school with their cousins at their non-Catholic church. What is an appropriate response? The Protestant denominations have been conducting summer vacation Bible schools for many years now, but in recent years, we Catholics have started having them, too. They are, for the most part, very successful with a lot of people involved: the moms who usually wind up running the program, the teens who volunteer to serve as counselors and the many children who come as students.

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