Some people think that it is just papal primacy that divides us. This is not true. The whole Church life and tradition divides us, and if we don’t understand this, we will relativize our traditions to the degree that they will seem unimportant, leaving us united under a foggy concept, that all of us are just “Christians”. Church differences are not the same as secular differences (although they may be to some degree causes and/or effects of the latter). We may have a thousand ways of secular painting – can we also have a thousand ways of Church painting? Can a cubist’s (or Michelangelo’s) portrait of Christ, however great, be considered Church painting? Why not? We must think on these.