Your doctrines humble man and disfigure the soul.

The Catholic Answers

Men very much need humility. Few are overburdened with that virtue. But you would teach men a still more foolish pride. Christ said, “Learn of Me to be meek and humble of heart.” Meekness demands manhood. It is much easier not to be meek, but to give way to the first impulse which surges upon one, and to pour out the first rush of words which comes to one’s lips. Humility, too, is a virtue which greatly becomes a man who has offended God far more deeply than any of his fellow men have ever offended himself. As for the disfiguring of human souls, the only thing than can do that is sin, and the Catholic Church labors day and night in her efforts to destroy sin, teaching her children to hate it, and urging all men to avoid it. For sin is that breaking of God’s laws which alone renders a man a criminal before God.

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