Before I submit to Rome, or even take her seriously as a church, she must first do a few small favours for me.
I. Correct her gross alterations of the liturgical texts in the last 100 years and bring them back into line with the liturgical Tradition of the Church. And excommunicate anyone who dissents.
II. Reverse her anti-Evangelical and anti-Traditional teachings since the Council of Trent.
III. Convene an Ecumenical Council of all the world's bishops to discuss the true nature, and authoritative limits, of the Papacy, vis the last 100 years of liturgical reform, and the liturgical issues of Munificentissimus Deus and Ineffabilis Deus.
IV. Abolish the new translation of the Missal as offensive to the very principles of translation.
V. Abolish Summorum Pontificum as offensive to the very principles of Liturgy, and which belies the true course of liturgical reform in the 1960s when the liturgical books of 1962 were never allowed as an option.
I wonder if people think that I want the Roman Church to conform to my own view of things? I would counter that view with this question: do you seriously think that any of these five points, even if you don't agree with all of them, are unreasonable?