My good friend, the Dean of Bexley, the PP of Blackfen, His Hermeneuticalness, Fr Timothy Finigan, has a good post useful for our reflection:
The book of meditations which I am using at the moment looks at the person of Our Lady in relation to her dedication which is celebrated in today’s feast of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin. The author, relying on the doctrine of Our Lady’s Immaculate Conception and her freedom from any actual sin, speculates:
“We must necessarily suppose that Mary bears patiently every annoyance caused her by others without, on her part, causing them the least pain: she excuses their defects, pardons their obvious faults, and in all circumstances shows herself tender, affable, gracious, and considerate.”
We can give the author the benefit of the doubt here in presuming that he is referring to the ordinary ups and downs of daily life, rather than to grave injustice. In the latter case, we might need to make people at least uncomfortable. Rather than quibbling over such things, we could take a lesson from Our Lady in our use of social media. (And let me acknowledge unequivocally that I need to apply this to myself.)
You should be following Fr. Finigan daily. Also, the blogger Mulier Fortis often posts photos of what is going on at Fr. Finigan’s parish.