How should Catholics comment?

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Today on my blog, I posted my reaction to the ridiculous amount of trashy blogging and commentary from this past weekend. The point of my post was, inhabitants of the digital-continent need to practice more charity in their online remarks.

With that in mind, here are some resources that might make your online contributions more fruitful:

Participating in online discussions should be firmly-rooted in Charity. Remember the golden-rule, employ common-sense, and it’s OK to leave some things unsaid.

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  • Brandon Vogt

    Great post, Craig. Would that we all remember these principles before setting finger to keyboard.

  • Brad

    It is interesting how those Catholic things seem to go right out the window when people get online huh?  Likewise, there is the downfall of opening one’s self to scrutiny online from outsiders.  Obviously, people are not so nice about their criticisms.  Jesus Himself had his share of critics as well.  We need only to look to Him to know how to handle that.  God Bless, Brother and thank you for all you do to communicate all the great things of our faith and the Church.