VIEW OF THE CHURCH
one looks at all the arguments hurled at Catholicism, one would note that
they are contradictory to one another. Some say Catholicism is too western,
but others, that it is too oriental; others, that it is too physical;
others that it is too theological. Others, that it is too concerned
with the afterlife; while others, that it is too involved with people's
needs. It seems Catholicism is a mass of contradictions.
on the contrary, it shows that Catholicism is the right thing. When a short
man and a tall man look at a man of the right height, the short man will say
that he is too tall; but the tall man will say that he is too short.
Catholicism is just like the man with the right height. . .it is just the
right religion. The defect is not in Catholicism; it is in the eyes of the
view of the Church does not reflect the nature of that Church but his own