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The Infallibility Of The Boss -- So That's The Ultimate Servant?

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on October 10, 2003 11:18:10 UTC

Hi Alan
That sounded like party line: no criticism
about the Pope -- his methods, rituals or pronouncements -- from Alan. Yet criticism
is service when done in the right spirit.

Alan wrote:
but if the universe operates on a system of transparency and consciousness with room for everyone

How do you describe the conflicting motives
of warring parties in the universe?

Well, I thought someone would discuss the merits
of the Catholic system as distinct from the civil constitutional school of thought which arose, originally, in direct opposition to the
Catholic church-as-state.
I love the mystery and feel the mystery of love
which attends Catholic celebration. My answer is that Jesus' Kingdom is not of this world and
the best church service reminds us of the importance of these wonderful, otherworldly dimensions of our lives. And so on.
The Pope does not have a system. He is a steward of a very old tradition in which few Popes have the clout or inclination to wiggle much. God Bless Us Every One.

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