Ten Principled Charter
A Roman Catholic Church Transformed
August 2014

Principle One: Gender Equality. The path to a female pope in God’s good time opened.

Principle Two: Married Priesthood. With gender equality it follows, priests, male and female.

Principle Three: Sex. Alert, a major upgrade is needed. It is fair to say that the Church’s teaching on sex and reproduction is so out of date comparisons with Galileo will not be out of the question.

Principle Four: Universal and Decentralized. The imposition of singularity where there is plurality always leads to injustice. The Sacred what is universal, the Ordinary what is decentralized.

Principle Five: Marriage. Sacred marriage with vows of life long sexual fidelity (celibacy for two) honored. No fault annulment … when love becomes destructive, time to call off the marriage, but not the legitimacy of progeny.

Principle Six: Sanctity of Human Life. The sanctity of human life a continuing refrain echoed through the centuries.

Principle Seven: Mystical Traditions Upheld. Only through the mystical eyes of Love can we see truly our Sacramental Nature.

Principle Eight: Democratized. How democracy will look in a Church transformed will be a matter for careful reflection, but a transformed Roman Church will be a democratized church in matters of governance.

Principle Nine: Global Social Justice. Human rights for all are assured in the Courts under global social justice.

Principle Ten: Church and State. These powers separated yet related as co-creators of heaven on earth.{jcomments on}