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Sister Teresa Forcades on the expression of doubt
No Roman Catholic—whether a theologian or not—should be afraid to publicly express reasonable doubt about a point of doctrine, with the trust and freedom that belongs to the children of God, as one who feels and knows that he or she is among family, without fear of being denounced or discredited. To express one’s doubt in a prudent and reasonable manner is a sign of loyalty and trust. It is also a sign of humility and it is taking seriously one’s own membership in the Church and the co-responsibility that it entails.
– Sister Teresa Forcades