To the editor:
What I appreciate most about God is He is not like us. He is stable, true to His word, unchangeable. He is simplicity. He gave us only Ten Commandments, and one man to model them — to perfection. He is love personified. He established His church with these words: “Thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.”
Even with the frailty of man in charge, the Catholic Church has never changed its stand with regard to faith and morals. Thank God. While man sways in the wind, doing what pleases his senses, without regard to consequence, the Church, under God, will not. No, cannot. It is not the will of man that rules the Catholic Church. Thank God. It is the will of God. We may chafe from time to time because we do not like being told what to do, but that is nothing compared to the hurt inflicted on all of life by not doing what we are meant to do as the children of God.
Print cartoons, write articles, editorialize, sermonize, rail against the Catholic Church and its changeless ways, but please remember, in faith and morals, it is God you argue with, not men.