"[C]harity is not divorced from supernatural prudence, not only for our
sake but also for the sake of our enemies or sinners. At times, the most
charitable thing that can happen to a sinner is to be cut off from
certain effects or manifestations of charity so that he may come to his
senses about his sinful life. Extending certain effects of charity may
confirm him in his sin, and thereby do him harm."
"From this we understand that charity is not merely being nice, rather niceness is the effect of charity which is extended to people based on prudential judgment. This avoids a spirit of falsity which we find in certain people who are always nice, even when their niceness is out of place, unsuitable or even false." - Scholar Fr. Chad Rippinger, P.hD., in "Introduction to the Science of Mental Health" explains what charity to our enemies or sinners means. ((Page 379)
The Okie Traditionalist apparently is a good man even though, today, he broadsided Walker.
The Okie speaks much truth, but he seems like many in the Church who prefer to whine instead of acting against the evils in the Church. He complained:
"Frankly (pun intended), I'm at a loss why much of the headlines are now written with added editorial flavor of a polemical and snarky tone. Which I get doing about some headlines here and there, to leave your own mark on the story, but not most unless the theme of Canon 212 has changed from being an unbiased presentation of the news to a satirical editorial. Which would be fine that change has not been officially stated. Or am I off in seeing a shift??"
"... I've wondered how Frank keeps all the details arranged in his mind every day to organize his topics. But these last many months the headlines it seems have become top heavy and saturated about "The EvilFrancis Pontificate" to the point I personally wonder how long that focus can last without tiring readers."
It appeared to me that the comment by Dad29 was almost a perfect response to the complaining of the Okie: