That unity of heart and mind between religious and those in authority may promote the exercise of fraternal correction and prevent fear and human respect from deterring a religious from sharing with his brother and, if necessary, with the proper authorities his certain knowledge of serious defects in one of his confreres. (Art.155)
For fidelity to our charism and religious vows, and for the spirit of the resurrection.
If God arouses within me religious sentiments that are a result of human considerations, I should never stifle these or force them to be silent. (KW,46)