Comments: Like, let's imagine that Dakota Fanning was really ill, and all her fans decided they needed to call her father to tell him to please make sure she's getting the best medical care because they weren't sure that he'd considered the idea

On the Catholic tip, the doctrine of infallibility (that the Pope has a direct line to and from God in making pronouncements on earthly and theological matters) is no longer considered in effect whenever the Pope speaks; instead, he selects his infallible pronouncements. (I think.)
Here's more on infallibility -- beware -- a bit overwhelming for the non-seminarian:

Posted by Col at March 7, 2005 10:35 AM

So you mean, like, sometimes he's just making things up, but then sometimes, he's all, "No, really, this one I talked to God about; he's on board with it"?

Posted by Francis at March 7, 2005 10:58 AM

It's sort of like Tinkerbell. If people all over the world don't really believe in Popes, the Pope will die.

If he dies, that is proof that most people are just faking.

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