Once upon a time, there was a topic to this thread.
Then it went somewhere entirely different.
Why do you care what Maria has read?
*Is theosis possible for those in Communion with Rome?*
Sheesh, where's your sense of adventure? Don't you like to explore new pathways, get lost in the woods, sucked into black holes, and explode your mind
? You want us to stay on topic
?? What fun is that
Anyway, in answer to your question--Yes. For what it's worth, that is. But then, I already said that somewhere in this thread a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away
As for whether the Pope is supreme legislator or not, I have 2 questions: 1) Does it really matter, and why or why not? and 2) Can that title be interpreted correctly as more of an honorific than something substantive? Compare the title of the President of the U.S. as Commander-in-Chief. Now, he has supreme authority over the armed forces but in reality, you never see him on the battlefield commanding troops, devising tactics, orchestrating battles, etc. Heck, he doesn't even wear a uniform! (I don't know if that's a good analogy but it's the best I can come up with at the moment