How do we go about correcting someone in sin without making things worse?
Fraternal correction can vary drastically based on what kind of state the person is in. For example, you wouldn’t approach a person in an abusive or self-destructing behavior the same way you would approach a person in the public eye. Today, however, we’re going to be talking about the basics of fraternal correction, and what to do when you feel called to speak to someone in your life about their relationship with God.
Meet Fr. Mark-Mary
Father Mark-Mary was ordained as a Franciscan Friar of the Renewal (CFR) in 2018 and lives at a friary in the Bronx.
The mission of the CFRs is to wholeheartedly embrace Jesus through fidelity to the Church and her Sacraments. Paired with their commitment to prayer, contemplation, and study of Sacred Scripture, the CFRs serve those around them, especially the poor, in the footsteps of Christ.
Discover beautiful music from the CFRs and Fr. Mark-Mary’s book Habits for Holiness: Small Steps for Spiritual Progress, both available from Ascension.
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