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Distinctly Catholic: Pope Francis' insight, that there is a kind of ecclesiological approach that wants Jesus kept in a box, is lost on the drafters of the recent "filial correction."
Archbishop John Quinn is a reminder that within the church, rigid lines don't always hold, and that change, even occurring at a Gutenberg pace in a digital age, is constant.
To the vast majority, Pope Francis is the compassionate face of Catholicism today. But there is another streak to the pontiff: A willingness to flex papal muscle and lay down the law.
Faith and Justice: At the Last Supper, Jesus said, "Do this in memory of me," not "Have a celibate priesthood."