Start at the beginning for context. Make sure to pay close attention after 1:14:00 but get the whole question just before that. Changes are made to any transcript with or without the approval of the Holy Father. All I know is that the video is up, still unchanged with no note on the video (super easy to do).
I am told that fraternal correction is a mortal sin by those providing me with their version of fraternal correction. I am told that I am in mortal sin for having called out the Holy Father on this in a striking manner. When I get the chance, I’ll put something up about fraternal correction rendered by the likes of John the Baptist. It can be rather sharp which doesn’t mean it isn’t done in love. I should put up a note on irony as well. And Christian mirth for that matter. Where is the Christian joy? I love Pope Francis to pieces and I say it. If I note some logic it is done in a spirit in which I think it would be understood, that is, with respect of a son for a father. I think Pope Francis would chuckle at what I said and perhaps take it to heart perhaps noting the seriousness of what he said. I’m quite sure a thousand copies have been sent to him!
In taking down my critique of what Pope Francis says in the video about the vast majority of sacramental marriages being null, I don’t take back what I said or the manner in which I said it. He is wrong, and error does have consequences. This is strictly a practical matter. I’m at an ordination today and out of respect for the ordinands I don’t want people screaming during Mass that I should be burned at the stake for trying to be a faithful son of the Holy Father. After the ordination is fine. You have to know, some of the notes I received were pretty wild.
Just to say, if we can’t help each other for fear of offending, what has become of us? What will become of us?