I received a reply this morning from the website which administrates the Facebook page in question.
*Greeting In Christ to you Jason,
Thank you for contacting me about this post. uCatholic does help administer the page “Catholic Church” on Facebook. This is one of about 30 pages that we administer, including others such as “Ask A Catholic Nun”, “Ask A Catholic Priest”, “Catholic Saint of the Day”, "Catechism of the Catholic Church, “Jesus of Nazareth”, “The Latin Mass”, “Pray The Rosary”, etc. It is our sole aim in these endeavors to faithfully help spread the saving message of our Holy Mother Church through digital means of communications. In addition to uCatholic, the Catholic Church page also has the contributions of the Clergy (3 diocesan priests) and a handful of laity from around the world.
The post and quote you reference is from the YouCat (Youth Catechism of the Catholic Church)/
(reference: Ch. 3: ‘I believe in the Holy Catholic Church’ p. 77 - Nihil Obstat, March 3, 2010 Austrian Bishops’ Conference - Imprimatur, Austrian Bishops’ Conference with the approval of the German Bishops’ Conference, November 29, 2010; the Swiss Bishops’ Conference, December 6, 2010 with the prior approval of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, the Congregation for the Clergy, and the Pontifical Congregation for the Laity.") In addition the book carries a forward by The Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI.
I present the “Nihil Obstat” and “Imprimatur” to illustrate that the quote comes from a source in line with the Magesterium, the teaching authority of the Church. I implore those with administrative rights to the page to check for “Nihil Obstat” and “Imprimatur” before making a post (simple news articles, or pictures of Churches exempted, obviously).
I did however discuss this matter with those who posted the the quote on the Facebook page. I expressed my concern that the quote may be easily misunderstood without proper context, or at least a solid explanation. A quote with the theological nuances of this post, without the proper context, may ultimately be a disservice to the Church. I have asked the administrators to be more prudent and thoughtful in the material they share. I also personally removed the post from the page this morning.
Jason, I absolutely received this message with what I feel was the spirit you intended, and I am grateful you contacted me. Please feel free to contact me directly in any situation such as this when it applies to uCatholic or otherwise and I will do all that I can. You can even call me directly at XXX-XX-XXXX if there is an “urgent” matter concerning one of these pages. (I ask that you please not publish my phone number, it’s my personal cell)
Finally, I ask your for your prayers, through the intercession of St. Athanasius, that all Catholics always remain orthodox and faithful to the teachings of the Christ’s Church.
Pro Christo Et Ecclesia,