Friday, June 29, 2007
The Grammarian, IV
My previous post could actually have been listed under "The Grammarian," so for the sake of referencing, I'm going to include it under the same by way of cross referencing. Two items have surfaced in that St. Matthew 16 passage. The first is that it is to Peter alone (unto thee) the keys are promised, and the second is that it is future tense, as Fr Curtis has pointed out, meaning that he actually gets the keys when all the apostles are ordained.
If, however, I had first included this under The Grammarian, then I probably wouldn't have posted that cool picture of the first pope with the keys in his hands.