D. G. Hart, "What A Call with Integrity Sounds Like" (Old Life, May 30, 2015).
Hart points out that some (former Presbyterian) Catholic converts who have been trying to reach out the Presbyterians like himself miss the central dynamic of modern Christianity because they keep insisting "that Protestantism and Roman Catholicism represent two distinct paradigms while not recognizing the two paradigms that exist on both sides of the Tiber — one anti-modernist and one indifferent to modernism and its effects."
And as an example of the anti-modernist Catholic paradigm, they cite Boniface, "Shepherds of the Whole World" (Unam Sanctam Catholicam, May 29, 2015).
Very telling ...
[Hat tip to JM]