True Charity

  “True charity does not mean leaving minds in error and sin. It is easier never to contradict, and always to approve of people: to make oneself popular at the expense of truth, i.e. at the expense of our Lord Himself.” Archbishop Lefebvre. (Chapter 8, The Biography of Marcel Lefebvre by Bernard Tissier de Mallerias)

Five Words

“A commitment to the attainability of truth and the knowledge of reality must precede any commitment to Christ. I have stated that the heart of a Christian education may be summed up in five words: Truth exists; the Incarnation happened. One cannot truly believe in the Incarnation, and therefore in Jesus Christ as God, if…

When dialogue is all at sea

  The disproportion between an intellect’s asking a question and understanding a reply. “An intellect can be capable of formulating an objection without being capable of understanding the argument that meets the objection. The fact, that an individual’s intellectual strength may be greater in raising objections than in understanding replies, is a common cause of…