'Excuse me' is an open and honest consideration on the real condition of the Church and the experience of Christianity nowadays. The author transfers to us several troubling questions and thoughts born in his heart that cannot leave us indifferent. 'All along my ministry, I have made two mistakes systematically and constantly: I have raised certain 'forms' to the category of 'principles' while degrading certain 'principles' to the category of 'forms'.' Starting with this initial confession, the author approaches diverse subjects and seriously evaluates them while challenging us to look at those subjects under the light of the Gospel and the Word of God, in an effort to find out if we are really following the instructions given to His Church by Jesus. 'Confusing what is emotional with what is spiritual, bestowing more importance to certain ideas, experiences, strategies or even doctrines than to the Gospel of Jesus Christ itself, is a serious error. This dreadful inability to discern between what is essential and what is minor robs us enormous amounts of energy, diverts our attention from what is really important, diminishes the effectiveness of the Church in the world, and entangles us in a thousand barren arguments.'