I know, just wanted to point out this is about more than a "Pope." One of my pet peeves is when people act as if we're just dealing with an individual Pope who happens to have some questionable views, rather than with an organized takeover. Lather, rinse, repeat. We go through the same process with each Pope, acting as if they are autonomous beings, but THEY'RE ALL FROM THE SAME STOCK. Just as real Popes all guard the deposit of faith, these guys all guard the deposit of confusion, ambiguity and lies. There is nothing more to be expected from that quarter, any more than there is anything to be expected from the American government. Come out of her, my people, so ye be not partakers of her sins, etc.
I agree on the quote. But after Ladislaus said that Ratzinger's view of the resurrection was "rather beautiful" or something to that effect I have been on his case. Ladislaus is like Caminus with a slightly more sede-leaning veneer. I don't even know who I'm talking to anymore. I'm basically tilting at windmills at this point.