|Pretty happy with this Paul VI and JP I|
Benedict XVI would undoubtedly quote someone unapproachable, and end up coming up with a justification that makes perfect sense but is utterly impractical for the real situation at hand. Sorry, Benny, tonight you get it, I guess.
John Paul II recognised the need to take time away from the serious business of governing worldly affairs to be approachable and relational. Someone else can always do the governing stuff later.
John Paul I would probably suggest that talking to an imaginary audience about problems instead of dealing with them is a very cathartic experience. Man I love John Paul I.
Paul VI would undoubtedly lay down the law and get me off my ass to do things. I might not like him for it, but I gotta respect him for his stance.
Pope John XXIII would just make a wisecrack and move on, but I know he'd keep a place for me in his prayers later.
(And just for you, Michael, Pope Telesphorus would probably tell me that I'm going about this all wrong, but he'd be nice enough to be friendly about it anyways.)
|Super pleased with this Francis and JP II|