get over it, forgive and move on, because it is so destructive to you and your spiritual health. you know better now, and as you quite rightly point out, they will earn the fruits of what they have sown. even if they did it by pointing you on the wrong road in the wrong direction, they were instrumental in you learning your faith, try to thank the Lord for that, and for the appreciation you now have in comparing what you learned yourself with what you were taught.
Parents should be the primary teachers of the faith for their children, and the parish should help. The failure in the 70s (years my kids were in Catholic schools and preparing for sacraments) was that the teaching given to parents was equally bad, so the parents were not well equipped, except if a some rare and happy situations. Our duty now is to repair the damage, seek out the truth, and hand it on to our own children and grandchildren. bitterness and recrimination won’t help, except to be vigilant whenever these (supply epithet) women try to pervert activities in the parish to make sure they are co-opted and silenced. Don’t worry about hurting their feelings, they love to feel they are being persecuted.