This is some of the kind of thing I was referring to, Herme. We also hold in awe the mysteries of God and don't try to analyze every little thing. As well, we view the Church as a type of hospital for the illness of sin, Christ as the Divine Physician, and most certainly aim for closer union with God as opposed to being "adept" at dogma/theology. This is an error on your part; it's actually a prejudice. I'm not sure where you got it from but it's incorrect. Yes, we argue theology here as it is our doctrines which are being attacked, e.g. the Real Presence, the ever virginity of the Blessed Virgin. But legalism is actually a protestant construct. And those "serious" differences aren't quite so serious if one really takes a close look. That's also another prejudice, an attempt at distancing, but it's not quite accurate. I know there's only so much one can read, but there's quite a lot that proves you wrong. If a reunion doesn't happen, that's fine, too. So that's not where I'm coming from.
Always thinking you are superior to others.....
"we view the Church as a type of hospital for the illness of sin"
"we argue theology here as it is our doctrines which are being attacked"
- sounds like an insecurity toward faith....hmmmmm....but you will double talk your way out this or divert from it altogether. Ah the comforts of Catholicism.....
"but there's quite a lot that proves you wrong."
- I've proven you wrong much more than you have proven anything right.
Ego. It really will be your organization's downfall.
It will be interesting if Catholicism goes underground.