Father Valentine Young, OFM, always spoke about people incapable of saying “I don’t know.” Such people have an answer for everything—as if saying “I don’t know” would cause them physical pain. That’s how I acted growing up, but I stopped when I reached maturity. Another thing I did as a kid was insist that I was “the first one” to know everything. As I child, I would constantly write “TM” (trademarked) on my silly little slogans and nicknames. When I see adults doing this, I am amazed; it seems so immature. Beware of those who try to “possess” the Traditional Mass or sacred music.
The Ability To Say “I Don’t Know”
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