Fellow faithful Catholics, please listen closely to today's Vortex. Pay close attention to what Voris says starting at the 4:59 mark. We must fight for the truth and "we cannot give a hoot about who's offended".
Now buckle your seat belts, boys and girls, have smelling salts at the ready and take deep breaths for I'll now say some things that could be considered controversial. It's no secret that some things that have issued forth from the Vatican have been, well, baffling, to say the least. Are we willing to say so - respectfully yet without equivocation? Closer to home, when we hear left-wing nonsense being promulgated from the pulpit instead of a real homily, are we willing to take issue with the priest afterwards? And by the way - this should be done publicly, not privately. That's right! Matthew 18:15-17 deals with private matters, not public offenses. Public offenses demand public responses.
We must pray to Our Lord to be made saints. It is absolutely necessary, but never is it sufficient. Often the being is found in the doing. Ora et labora!