Continuing the line of thought from Part 3, we discuss the need to develop moral leadership in and outside the home. We are called to this through our Baptism and through the Sacrament of Matrimony, for those in the state of marriage. Although we are not worthy, we must still not abdicate our responsibilities, just as Peter accepted his role as the first Pope, despite his many weaknesses and faults.
Coepiscopi means fellow bishops. The phrase is taken from St.Augustine's address to his "fellow bishops," the familial men of his diocese of Hippo. St. Augustine said to his Coepiscopi: "Each and every one of you have in the home the bishop's office to see to it that neither his wife nor his son nor his daughter nor even his servant fall away from the truth. For they were bought with a great price."