The Knight of Tradition’s post on the importance of blogging and/or using the internet with Christian Charity:
I would like to point out to our readers the following from the SSPX Asian District Website. It is our prayer on this blog that we may faithfully use this ever powerful tool of the Internet for the good of souls and the good of Tradition. Certainly the Internet can be used as a means to help souls see the light of truth. It can also be used much more easily to spread gossip and rumors, to destroy one’s reputation, to scatter the flock, to confuse and destroy souls. How great the penalty will be for those who were given such a powerful means and used it to trample on Our Lord, His Holy Roman Catholic Church, and good Catholic faithful! May we all resolve to always use our blogs and websites to stand for the goodness and beauty of truth!
The Internet and the Imitation of Jesus Christ
(or wise advice for bloggers)
Book One, Fourth Chapter: Prudence in Action
Do not yield to every impulse and suggestion but consider things carefully and patiently in the light of God’s will. For very often, sad to say, we are so weak that we believe and speak evil of others rather than good. Perfect men, however, do not readily believe every talebearer, because they know that human frailty is prone to evil and is likely to appear in speech. Not to act rashly or to cling obstinately to one’s opinion, not to believe everything people say or to spread abroad the gossip one has heard, is great wisdom. Take counsel with a wise and conscientious man. Seek the advice of your betters in preference to following your own inclinations. A good life makes a man wise according to God and gives him experience in many things, for the more humble he is and the more subject to God, the wiser and the more at peace he will be in all things.
Book One, Sixth Chapter: Unbridled Affections
Book One, Tenth Chapter Avoiding Idle Talk
associate together in God.