You don't educate posters, you just talk down to them, so please do yourself a favor and give up denigrating everyone who debates with you. Nobody deserves to bear the brunt of whatever deep insecurity you have that compels you to attack rather than discuss. The fact remains that catechism isn't theology, and from your posts, I can readily see that catechism for you constitutes dogma in that you believe it to be unquestionable. The problem is that you can't prove that catechism is by divine intervention, and so it is not infallible. What this means is that somewhere along the line, at some point in time, someone in the church suddenly decided that a divorced woman lives in sin, and that's all there is to it, for me.