The late Cardinal Francis Xavier Nguyen Van Thuan in the article “Ten diseases that corrupt Catholics” reminded us about the disease of worldly norm: Taking the spirit, the worldly mentality as standards for your life. Doing God’s work, but not according to the spirit of the Gospel, but using purely mundane standards to determine. Catholics like that often become Catholic at any time: Thinh is Catholic, if not, he refuses.|He also mentioned the kind of self-interested Catholics: If you have a material smell, come, if you don’t, don’t. Honorary Catholic: Only diligently appear when there is a ceremony to be invited to the seat of honor, otherwise disappear and never be seen.|In addition, the late H.Y. Francis Xavier also reminded us to put God before God’s business. Because when we are so absorbed in doing the things of God, the things of the community, the things of the community, it is easy to ignore the inner life, neglect the union with God, dry little prayer, and no interest in practicing charity towards others.