We might have a problem. And, if they form a committee to help figure this one out, I hereby nominate me.
See, the Catholic Church is in it pretty deep. I don't know how deep in the grand scheme of things, but deeper than in a while. Numbers were down even before this madness over the priests started. And all this new wave Jesusism is drawing people in other directions. And I certainly wouldn't disagree with someone who said that the current Pope is less cuddly than the previous who, while one formidable footballer, might not have been super progressive.
And I'm not wishing the end of the Catholic Church, if only for Notre Dame Football reasons.
But here's the rub. What the cow in the manger next to the baby Jesus are we going to do with all that art?
Let's just, for the sake of me being a paranoiac on the level of a two thousand year old religion coming crashing down to the ground sort of way, say that La Chiesa cade, eventually all the Catholics will go where all the Catholics go and there will be a whole lot of buildings with a whole load of art in them.
How are we going to take care of that stuff? Presumably someone in the Vatican should form a commission to consider the issue.
I volunteer to be on it.