The League is not going to change anything. None of the combined programs are breaking up. In fact I think it is more likely we could see a couple more mergers because some of these programs would like to have teams for each grade level.
Fantastic vision and forward thinking right here. The more these parishes begin their consolidation, the more sports are going to be impacted. It's just common sense. Pastors are going to go out of their way to ensure community between new parish families, yet sports, which are a major part of parish community, aren't going to come together when everything else is?
Jude and Visitation are combining their basketball tournament for this very reason. Parish leadership wants the communities to come together as much as possible. So again, how will it make sense if every football program does something completely different with other schools that are members of a separate parish family?
The league not having a contingency plan, or at least a vision of how things could look in unison with BOL, will be a major mistake. But I'm not surprised - ego and football meatheads always think they know best. The lack of vision will lead to the rise of an independent option that kids will take much like what killed parochial baseball.
Kids will play - just not for their schools.