I parked next to a new Lexus at the bank yesterday and my car being as low slung as it is, a magnetic sign on its door was right in my face. I had to think for a while, wondering if the state of American education was really that defective or if the owner simply wished it were.
Now I'm assuming the Lexus driver, an elderly women was referring to Roman Catholicism and not to some abstract universality of taste -- an assumption aided by the iconography -- and if that assumption is correct, she must assume that Jewish followers of Jesus as the Messiah became a universal church based in Rome in the year of Jesus' crucifixion.
I don't want to seem like I'm picking on Catholics, after all a good portion of this fine Southern Community are convinced and would argue a little too heatedly that the entire universe was established in 4004 BC, or at least our infinitesimal mote.
Funny how organizations that use history as a justification, have to tailor it to fit -- with an occasional taking in or letting out of the seams. Somewhere along the line Constantine and perhaps Athanasius of Alexandria were patched over or removed as you might eliminate a pocket or a buttonhole, but who's going to argue with the old lady Lexus driver. It's Florida and she's probably armed.