This statement is where the danger lies. Right and wrong are not subjective, and neither is truth. The idea that what’s right for one person but wrong for another is moral relativism. In moral relativism, all truths are of equal value, which actually makes these so-called truths have no value. On person’s truth could be that abortion is good and pure and divinely inspired. And another person’s truth could be that abortion is a sin against God and a crime against humanity.
In Catholicism, we do not have the freedom to believe in whatever we want because there comes a point when those beliefs can become so outrageous that we separate ourselves from the Body of Christ. Of course you have the freedom to leave the Church, but publicly stating that you are Catholic while acting and speaking in total contrast to the Catholic Church is a grave issue, one that many politicians will have to answer for one day.
The Catholic Church is in the business of saving souls. Part of that business and outlining clearly the path to God. This business also requires that paths to destruction are also clearly defined. If you told your priest that you have found a path to God, but it involves joining an incestuous sect that promotes child abuse, wouldn’t it be the priest’s moral and Godly duty to do everything in his power to prevent you from seeking this path?
Charity is mentioned often in Catholicism, but don’t confuse charity with permissiveness. Someone correcting your misunderstandings is not trying to berate you, but rather trying to be charitable and loving because every soul is worth saving. Just as a child sees his parents as unfair because they won’t let him eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches every single meal doesn’t mean the parents are unjust. Quite the opposite, the parents love the child and want him to be healthy.