Fr. Tucker Hits One Out Of The Park

If liturgical issues in modern Catholicism do not interest you, skip the link. But you may be interested in the the quote from St. Ignatius of Loyola which Fr. Tucker alludes to, so I will reproduce it here:

… [E]very good Christian ought to be more willing to give a good interpretation to the statement of another than to condemn it as false. If he cannot give a good interpretation to this statement, he should ask the other how he understands it, and if he is in error, he should correct him with charity. If this is not sufficient, he should seek every suitable means of correcting his understanding so that he may be saved from error.

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