If one thinks this through logically, isn't Father Martin himself telling certain Catholics they are "bad Catholics"? Isn't he doing the very thing he condemns?
I'm not writing these words to judge Father Martin, but only to out the illogic of such a statement, which no small number of people generally tend to agree. It's nothing more than the silly notion of tolerance run rampant.
Consider this: in order to make such a statement, Father Martin is already claiming to be able see within someone else's soul and he has, by virtue of this statement, himself already judged other Catholics and determined them - because of their judgments or judgmental attitude - to be bad.
Certainly I will not disagree that there are many Catholics who simply look for trouble and stir it up whenever and wherever they can and always presume the worst intentions in other people, other Catholics in particular. Certainly these Catholics need to take a deep breath and speak the truth with gentleness and love and not presume the worst in everyone.
It must be noted, however, that there is a great difference between judging another person and juding another person's actions. If we are to help one another grow in holiness - because we are, after all, one another's keepers - then we must make a judgment about one another's actions. Are these actions in keeping with the teachings of Christ and his Church? If they are, we should encourage them. If they are not, then our brothers and sisters need to be corrected and shown the truth of the Gospel. Doing so requires that we make a judgment.