There is a big difference between walking over the Kedron with Jesus and reading the bible literally.
Christianity is more symbolic than what the Catholic church preaches.
I don't represent you or any other Catholics.
I represent myself.
Christianity was new age over 2000 years ago.
I would much prefer to follow a humble guy who wore sandals and got around on a donkey to following a guy who claims to be infallible and lives in the lap of luxury.
I won't even go into the Crusades, but Sufism is great too .
Christ is not 'symbolic' - Christianity is grounded most very firmly in Christ, the very real God who became human, singularly alone as the only way. The ultimate, the beginning and end.
You can recommend him as a humble guy with sandals, and spit hellfire on his Church, but you cannot undo his word or indeed replace it with some kind of newage symbolism.
If you like sufism, that's up to you, your choice...there is always something to be learned, but Christ is not some kind of on the surface spirituality that's all about wearing sandals, and being kind to eachother etc. the Gospels are far more than that -
Christ has walked with us since the resurrection - and his people are not relative to anything, or out to prove anything, other than their faith in soley him. The Catholic Church are not Bible only Christians - Scripture is sacr.ed, so too is the Church, maybe look a little deeper into what it means to be a Catholic - we're not all perfect, obviously - never claimed to be, we love and welcome sinners - the Church is for them, just as Jesus sat with them too.
It's not about infallibility as misunderstood as you would have it and most especially not about psuedo scientific religions such as that of the new age movement that are content to blur Hinduism, naturalism, any kind of spirituality with Christianity, when they will never meet!
Christianity stands alone - always will. There is no room or tolerance for any other deity within Christianity other than the Father, Son and Holy Spirit -otherwise it's not Christianity - just posing as or borrowing from same, with a few nice words here or there but no substance, will never be a substitute for Christ. Sorry but no, your Sprirituality is yours, my Christianity is different - totally.