But We Should Not Judge Others...



In a society where many people lack moral courage, the authentic practice of fraternal correction is more urgent than ever. Our society cringes at the thought of confrontation or contradiction for fear of “offending” another person or seeming “judgmental”. 

 In other cases, so many people have lost a sense of sin that they become unable to clearly recognize evil. In other instances, there is simple indifference to sin itself. The Gospel mandate for fraternal correction expresses Jesus’ desire for us to fight against the aforementioned tendencies…

Our Lord mandates that we owe each other, as a matter of justice, the charitable act of correcting each other out of love for God and the salvation of the soul of the person who has committed a wrongdoing or shown a lack of good judgment…

(Father Jerome Magat)

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