That is the Roman way: to give favors to the favorites.
We are convinced of the fundamental unity of the human family.
I like the catholicity in time: our tradition is one of 2,000 years.
Religion often is misused for purely power-political goals, including war.
A human person is infinitely precious and must be unconditionally protected.
I remember the Curia said, that's up to the American bishops, not up to Rome.
Second, we also got a more authentic liturgy of the people of God, in the vernacular language.
The Epistle to the Romans is an extremely important synthesis of the whole theology of St. Paul.
As a matter of fact, you have deficiencies in all religions, but you have truth in all religions.