[quote:2fw1hcxc]But Benedict, surely you agree that God is everybody’s God, not just the Catholic God?
I’m not at all arguing against there being One Optimal Way to worship Him, but I think it’s a bit strong to say that those who follow a different path are worshipping a different God.
If God is the God of Catholics, Protestants, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, pagans, and possibly even atheists who might believe in “something”, then surely they are not being “promiscuous” per se. Deceived, wrong, conceited, flawed, yes; but since there [i:2fw1hcxc]is[/i:2fw1hcxc] only one God who is God, “polygamy” isn’t the charge to make.[/quote:2fw1hcxc]
[color=green:2fw1hcxc]XC, where you able to listen to John Martignoni’s talk on Marriage and the Eucharist that Benedcit referred you to? If you haven’t, I encourage you to. If have already listened to it, what did you think? [/color:2fw1hcxc]