Mea Culpa! Mea Culpa, Mea Maxima Culpa.
A wise former professor once said to me: I’m never wrong; I thought I was wrong once, but I was mistaken. In truth I made a mistake in quoting the US District Superior, Fr. Rostand in my article of June 16, 2012, entitled Hoisted by His Own Petard. Thank you for the correction, Fr. G.
The actual quote is: Well the Faith is definitely what matters the most. Our fight for 40 years has been to defend the fullness of the Catholic Faith. However it is not true to say that the unity of the Church is only based on the Faith. If you take a catechism, open your book and you will see the question about the unity of the Church. Well the answer is that the Church is one because the Catholic believes the same doctrine, receives the same sacraments, and also are governed by the same head. There are 3 principles of unity in the Church. So, definitely today the fight for the Faith is what is the priority. Against the Rumors, Pt. 2; DICI, minutes 7:35 – 8:07 see: http://www.dici.org/en/documents/interview-of-fr-arnaud-rostand-usa-district-superior-by-the-angelus-press/
Originally, I mistook his statement of: it is not true to say that the unity of the Church is based on the Faith, as, unity comes before Faith. My most humble apologies to Fr. Rostand for any misunderstanding on this.
Richard of Danbury, D.S.G.