For all our differences and disagreements, we can live in a world of peace. In opposing every attempt to create a rigid uniformity, we can and must build unity on the basis of our diversity of languages, cultures and religions, and lift our voices against everything which would stand in the way of such unity. Together we are called to say “no” to every attempt to impose uniformity and “yes” to a diversity accepted and reconciled.
There have been a few moments during this pontificate when I've simply balked at Francis. His apology to a group of pentecostal protestants in Italy because in past years the Church had obstructed the growth of their denomination. His insistence in a speech after last year's Robber Synod that doctrine had not been called into question, despite the overtly heretical implications of Walter Kasper's proposal. But to date the above takes the cake. The man occupying the See of Peter is publicly preaching indifferentism. What a disgrace.