I am just curious on this one. We read in Galatians 2 that Paul had to rebuke the Pope, errgggg, Peter, because the gospel was at stake. It wasn't personal preference, but the gospel itself. I know the Pope is infallible and has a history of statements that never have contradicted one another, but I can't get past this text. In fact, Paul writes it as though he was on the defense, not the offense. Perhaps those who are catholic can interpret this text, especially since Christ appointed Peter to be the first Pope.