It seems like everyone has a problem with everyone these days.
If it's not this person, it's that person. It never seems to end, this nitpicking and character assassination.
Case in point: Michael Voris.
Whatever Mr. Voris' problems are, they are his problems and he needs to work them out, just like we must work out whatever our own problems are.
We can't do that for him. However much we might want to.
But does it justify the "fraternal corrections" that are going on right now with regards to his past homosexual lifestyle - which he has fully, publicly repented of, by the way - and his denouncement of the homosexual lobby in the Church via his apostolate, Church Militant?
No. No, it does not.
This bringing up his homosexual past to call his denouncement of the homosexual lobby hypocritical, by the way, is detraction.
And what do they call detraction? A mortal sin.
Look, folks. Yes, the situation in the Church is bad. It's really bad. So bad, to the point where yours truly is really not interested in delving into the muck and pulling out whatever is wriggling to write about, for their own spiritual benefit.
But that doesn't justify any of the backbiting and whatever foolishness we are doing. I get it. We're angry. We're frustrated. We've been poked at in a cage for 50 to 60 years. We want to punch someone - figuratively speaking, of course. We want answers, we want solutions, and we want them yesterday.
But, is any of this acceptable to Our Lord? Of course not. What did He do when He hung on the Tree of our salvation? He asked His Father to forgive His enemies, for they knew not what they were doing.
We are all called to imitate Our Lord in this life.
So, perhaps instead of going out there to "call out" Mr. Voris for his particular mistakes, and whatever "beef" you have with him, perhaps pray for him and his intentions?
This would be a much better action than what others have suggested so far, suggestions that I have echoed and have since realized were uncharitable on my part.
In short, leave Mr. Voris alone! Do not continue the cycle that has plagued the Church since 1970.