August 22, 2014
Jan S. Cavanaugh, Ph.D.
Ten Principled Charter for a Roman Catholic Church Transformed
The intent of Ten Principle Charter is to transform Christianity's oldest church to live fully the Gospel in 21st Century. Our focus is teachings Ordinary.
We seek a fully reformed Roman Church Transformed according to the principles of Vatican II. To meet the challenge of living Christ’s one commandment, “Love one another”; at a time in human history when by many credible accounts we are headed to the Age of Catastrophe.
The Roman Catholic Church Transformed can be a driving force to end war and usher in the Age of Peace.
The Prophets of old, their warnings of what happens when justice is denied, is of no less importance today. Pope Francis calls our attention to this over and over again in the Joy of the Gospels. We must look within first; the better to see out … this is ancient wisdom.
The Principled Charter lifting reform -minded people to the interconnectivity needed to make this reformation movement, Reformation Two, for the Roman Catholic Church. Trusting the Spirit will continue to carry this bird once off the ground; our job is to get her air borne.
The structural symmetry and integrity of Ten Principled Charter integral to our achieving our goal: A Roman Catholic Church Transformed.
A hundred million Catholics and non-Catholics of all faiths and traditions tweeting, now, Pope Francis in support of these ten principles, this will empower him to begin … what he repeatedly since becoming Pope … calling for a Church transformed … and encouraging faithful to rise up and reclaim fidelity to Christ's message "Love one another".
It may take a Pope or two to get the job fully done, but Pope Francis’ call to live the essence of the message a great place to start.