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And here is a quote from Cardinal Wuerl, from his book, Seek First the Kingdom, that in part speaks to the spirit in which that column was written:
we need to examine how we talk, because we ourselves are media. As ambassadors of God’s kingdom, we need — with every word and gesture — to live out our commitment. We need to be a people of profound respect for the truth. Yes, we have a right to express our thoughts, opinions, and positions. Indeed, we who follow Christ are duty-bound to speak the truth, but always with charity, always in “love” (Eph 4:15). It is not enough that we know or believe something to be true. We must express that truth with kindness and with true concern for others, so that the bonds between us can be strengthened in buildng up the body of Christ.
This is especially true when we find ourselves in disagreement with our fellow Catholics. We should always remember that each of us is a temple of the Holy Spirit. Our baptism into Christ creates among us the bonds of a new spiritual family. Each and every member of the family must ensure that our conversation “at home” proceeds in a manner that not only achieves the ends desired, but also recognizes everybody’s rights and dignity… At the same time, the claims of truth must never be forgotten. Falsehood, too, is a sort of spiritual violence, and it is always unacceptable.