World Reels As Pope Once Again Asserts He Is Catholic

AP finds the assertion by the Catholic Church that it is the Church Christ founded, and other Christian communities are not "Harsh." Um, what would be the point otherwise?

In a similar vein, The World Alliance of Reformed churches says:

It makes us question the seriousness with which the Roman Catholic Church takes its dialogues with the reformed family and other families of the church," the group said in a letter charging that the document took ecumenical dialogue back to the era before the Second Vatican Council.

Is it equally harsh for "the Reform community" to assert that the Catholic Church has gone astray from the Church Christ founded (what are you reforming, Brothers)? What are we having "dialogue" about if we have no differences to speak of? And isn't it a bit rich that for the second time in a week the MSM, the ADL & the Protestants --none of whom recognize the authority of a Church Council last time I checked-- should be so concerned about the status of Vatican II?

The document in question takes the form of a 5-topic Q&A --and as the introduction makes clear, it's aimed mostly at Catholic theologians who have gone a little, shall we say, awry.