On CAF? Yes, for the most part. Not agreeing with the ‘conservative’ majority on CAF will definitely get you called “poorly catechized”.
And I take issue with those in this thread who keep saying that Catholics today are poorly catechized. If you feel that way, then take the issue up with your bishop and quit complaining about something that you most likely don’t understand.
There is good reason that catechetical instruction has changed since the 60’s. Nuns are no longer aloud to smack children with rulers until they have the Baltimore Catechism memorized. That is not true instruction in the faith. Caring about other people, regardless of who they are, was not taught back then. What was taught was closed mindedness and rules, and if you didn’t do a good job, Father might pay you a visit. Doesn’t that sound pleasant?
Yes there was good reason that the instruction was completely flipped over. When I went to Catholic school in the 80’s the teaching was focused on kindness and compassion for my neighbor. Scripture was read and taught. Sacraments were taught and received. And ther was just as much catechesis as there was in the 60’s, but it had a different focus. It was less about rules, and more about humanity. It makes my skin crawl when people here on CAF are so focused on rules that they steamroll everyone who isn’t in lockstep. That’s not Catholicism. It’s some sort of warped Christianity that is mired in self-righteousness.
So yes, the “poorly catechized” label is essentially a ‘virtue signal’ commonly used here on CAF. Ironically, it only points back to the very Church whose rules they take so much comfort in.