posted on Feb, 22 2013 @ 06:51 AM
Posting the Russian patriarch I thought to say but forgot: the Catholic declarations may be good for the catholics at a given time in history, and
they do change. The rest of the world is not concerned, and it happens that the most recent dogma of the papal infallibility (Vatican 1) is now the
biggest obstacle before the churches dialogue. Not the consecration of Russia, not the Holy Spirit's origin -from Father and the Son, or from Father
thru the Son as the Orthodoxy says, an theological issue that divided the one Church in 1054.
The current catholic hierarchy is very self-confident and blindly leads the billion faithful to a road without exit. If it happens Rome to fall, in
any tragic event that I do not wish it to happen, then other churches remain on Earth bearing the true sacraments and apostolic succession. Including
from Peter - the Antioch patriarchs, and from Marc, the disciple of Peter - the Alexandria patriarchs. So go forth, cardinals, make your last mistake
and that will be all for Rome. The remaining catholic bishops will acknowledge they are not alone under the sun, but they are brethren to other
bishops with as much valid ordination as their own. As Jesus intended it to be some 2000 years ago. Not as it happened in 6th century with Rome
becoming the new Roman empire.