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In a Church as complex as our own where persons of varied cultures
and of widely different upbringings rub shoulders, it is only natural that differences of judgment should arise. These differences, however, should never lead to doing harm. However, there is always
room for fraternal correction done in the spirit of humility and truth.
Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, pray for us,