This past Wednesday, Pope Francis had a beautiful catechesis about how we ought to treat those who have left the faith. Here’s an excerpt. I love the way that he centers the importance of taking risks in order to speak a word of love to the one who has walked away.
I resist or withstand starting 'to my own face' as Pope Francis did from his election and particularly on 10 June 2021 by his simultaneous accountability and amends in the cases of the Italian state Parliament "Zan" anti-homophobia bill as an unacceptable risk of fraud disrespecting his insuring his identity as a consecrated celibate married by vows to man in Christ and the Vatican state group of citizens/employees, Cardinal Angelo Becciu and nine others', alleged embezzlement of his charity donations in his ensuring his procreation gift role as a helper of his consecrated celibate family members within this family of his.
I believe that your catechesis is simultaneously ensuring and insuring your self-respect. Thank you for your giving good example.