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I know of a Catholic man who got upset at what he thought was disobedient clergy. He was also frustrated with the Pope for some things that he had done and said. He tried at first to talk about it, but it did not calm his heart. He searched the traditions of the Church and the Scriptures, but found no solace there either. He started speaking very publicly about his disagreements, and many sympathized with his struggles. He said that he wanted to remain Catholic, but that he believed that the Pope was wrong and that Catholics needed to resist him and return to the way that things were done in the past. He eventually ended up leaving the Church because he was unable to accept that the Church did not do things the way he thought was right. His name was Martin Luther.

When you get upset at the Pope, make sure that you are not behaving like a heretic.


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