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You may reproduce this article in printed or electronic form for non-commercial use with appropriate attribution to Daniel C. Soskice and the Catholic Reporter. For more information, contact [email protected] To discuss this article with other readers, write the editor or contact CatholicRebecca at [email protected] "We are a very close-knit group. We all come together every week to pray, to pray together, to pray together in church. We don't have a problem with people who aren't Catholics. We don't think they're a problem. We think that we're all just Christians." — Bishop Mark Driscoll, the archbishop of St. Louis, speaking to filipinocupid com log in reporters last week, during an event to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his diocese "If you have been faithful to the gospel for 50 years, the only question you have to ask yourself is: What are you willing to do to be a true disciple of Christ?" — The Rev. John H. Hulme Jr., bishop of St. Louis, in a Sunday sermons at St. Patrick's Catholic Church. "The most important thing is that we should take care of our brothers and sisters in need." "The greatest temptation for any Catholic is the temptation of becoming a hypocrite. When a Catholic is tempted to be a hypocrite, he takes his duty very seriously. We don't have to be perfect to be Catholic, but we must be honest with ourselves in order to be faithful to the Pope." "The Pope does not want the Catholic Church to be a place where people are ashamed to be Catholics because we are not perfect." "The only way you can get into heaven is to be a saint, and a saint is not a perfect person." The Catholic Church is a "saint," according to Hulme. A saint is a person "who lives in the midst of God's truth and who knows what is true and what is false, and who makes the decision as to whether or not to do the good or evil" "The Pope is the only person who can lead the Church." "It's not true that the Pope is infallible. The Pope cannot say that, so the Catholic Church is not infallible." Hulme Jr. said that, even though he is a Catholic, he has "a different take on Christianity" than the Pope. Hulme Jr. said he believes that the Pope "took the responsibility of being the Pope seriously" citas de mujeres and said that, "We don't have to be perfect to be Catholic, but we must be honest with ourselves in order to be faithful to the Pope." According to the article, Hulme Jr. says that "the Church's greatest mistake was not following Christ," but rather, "We are not perfect, we are imperfect ." He believes that "Christianity needs to start again from the beginning." Hulme Jr. stated that "The Church is not infallible, but it needs to be honest with itself. It cannot lie to itself and to people." He then stated, "It has to trust people and let them decide. If we take a step back and we ask ourselves if it's the best thing to do in the long run, we need to be honest with ourselves." Hulme Jr. said that Christianity has to amor en linea app be "a living tradition" and not a "dead doctrine." He states that "We are now in an age where people are beginning to question their beliefs and their authority." He adds, "We are being challenged to make decisions now and we can't take it lying down." The article concludes with the assertion that, "It doesn't take a rocket scientist to see that this is the right thing to do. It's not about the politics of it, it's about the truth." If you're interested trinidad chatroom in reading Hulme Jr.'s full statement regarding the Pope, click here. You can see Hulme Jr. speak on his views www buscando pareja on the Pope and faith, as well as other subjects at a lecture titled, "Why Jesus Belonged at the Vatican" on October 17, 2011 at the International Center for Humanism in Washington, DC. "This is not the end of the world" On the issue of the Second Coming of Jesus, Hulme Jr. said that there is an "unpredictable but exciting future for the world," and that the world is "going to be a very interesting place in the future," especially if "people have the wisdom to live in it, not just make their living by it." Hulme Jr. stated that he would not call himself an "ultra-conservative," and that he is "not going to afrointro make a commitment to a particular set of ideals," but would rather have "an open mind, and an inquisitive mind." He then goes on to say, "We don't have to make our way in this world with the dogma of one God, one set of morals, one set of law." Hulme Jr. continues, "It's time for us to change our ways of thinking, and I would call that 'dramatization' [of Christianity]." He concludes that he "hopes that as the world moves towards a new stage, the Gospel will have the opportunity to be made available." "In the meantime, it's a nice consolation to know that the Pope doesn't think you're a real Christian, because you don't even believe in Jesus," said Hulme Jr. "I just don't see any reason to celebrate chat hispano en usa the fact that someone has gone to such great lengths to bring the Catholic Church into disrepute." "I think it's very sad," Hulme Jr. continued, "that the Vatican can't just say it's the right thing to do, because you do this and then everybody's happy.