Johann Wagener 9-19-13
Fallibilism (from medieval Latin fallibilis, "liable to err") is the philosophical principle that human beings could be wrong about their beliefs, expectations, or their understanding of the world, and yet still be justified in holding their incorrect beliefs.
This is a Pope who gets down and dirty. He and Mother Teresa would have made a great team.
Pope Bluntly Faults Church’s Focus on Gays and Abortion
In remarkably blunt language,Francis sought to set a new tone for the church, saying it should be a “home for all” and not a “small chapel” focused on doctrine, orthodoxy and a limited agenda of moral teachings.