I am doing the "Read the Catechism in a year" program. It was damaged halfway through by copyright issues. The Bishops conference, or their lawyers, apparently did not like the idea of sending out the catechism in e-mail a small chunk at a time. So they switched to the YouCat, the "Youth Catechism" and made hyperlinks out of the real Catechism references.
I cannot help but think that today's topic, the principle of subsidiarity, is pertinent:
In the 21st century in the United States of America, subsidiarity is illegal. The supremacy of federal law dictates one culture, one law, in the States, and heaven help the State, the City, or the County that steps out of line. And because the Bishops have chosen to nearly abandon the Imprimatur and the Nihil Obstat in favor of American copyright law, even a lay New Evangelization project like Read The Catechism in a Year is affected by the centralized groupthink.
Clericalism has done so much harm to the Church. If they really want to get the laity involved, we need subsidiarity, not federalism.