Peter Kreeft, a Solid Catholic and Professor of Philosophy at Boston College, a not so solid college, was interviewed last Spring by the Dartmouth Review, from a very Ivy League college where religion is "eschewed", they admit. [Mitchell Hadley points out in the comments box that the Review is a conservative student newspaper set up some 30 years ago in opposition to the prevailing Dartmouth culture].
The final question of the interview:
TDR: What can the Catholic Church do specifically to repair its image with the adolescents of America? What can be done to overcome the stigma young adults sense because of the recent scandals?
Kreeft: I’m tempted to answer that question either as a philosopher or as a strategist. But there are no effective answers there. The effective answers are to be found in a place like Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity houses. Visit those people and there’s no argument left against being a Catholic. They are the happiest and most saintly people in the world, and there’s no argument against that. The Dartmouth Review