You and Tony are having a tough time answering my uestion<quoted text>
Alcohol in and of itself is not an addictive substance. If it were, everyone who drank would be an alcoholic.
Many cultures, Europeans for instance, introduce wine to their children at a very young age since it's often served at meals. I don't believe they have a higher rate of alcoholism than anyone else. The forbidden is always attractive especially to teenagers. Teaching them responsibility is more effective than pretending alcohol doesn't exist. Demonizing it will only make them desire it all the more. In those circumstances the chance for abuse becomes higher.
Again my question was is there a chance that a child attending a catholic festivals who sees adults drinking become an under age drinker themselves?
Yes or No will do...