In today’s Gospel, Christ reminds us of a very important obligation in charity that all of us have as Christians; namely, fraternal correction: “If your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault between you and him alone.” Go and tell him his fault? We certainly like to tell other people about our neighbor’s fault, but to tell him to his face? That is certainly uncomfortable. In a society that tells us judgment is the worst sin possible, it’s interesting that sometimes we seem to like nothing more than judgment: scandalous headlines, news stories, etc. – we all eat it up! Dirt on celebrities, athletes, politicians, religious people – that’s what sells!