A kaleidoscopic concatenation of current collocations from our cabal of clever Keystone Clerics…
“This soteriological emergency requires, as a first urgent measure, that all would-be converts be welcomed and protected. These measures, however, will not be sufficient, unless they are accompanied by policies that inform people about the dangers of wandering outside the Church and, above all, that promote repentance in their countries of origin.” (unsource)
“You know you don’t need, you don’t need to be in the USA, you are part of the USA, you don’t physically need to be in it, inside it you know to be part of America’s family like.” (unsource)
“I’m not interested in bringing immigrants to America. I want people to find dignity in their own community. There are so many issues we will never agree on. Let’s not spend our time on those. Rather, let’s be about showing the universal kingship of man.” (unsource)
[UPDATED:] “I’m really not expecting any of you to admit immigrants to the USA. Please understand that’s not what the Church is about. What we’re talking about is a unified position to go before the world and say we are proclaiming world peace as the only hope of salvation.” (unsource)
My problem is that I keep trying to stop my head from spinning, but if you just let it go, it all makes sense.