"the Catholic faithful (and all the faithful everywhere) know that, if need be, out of the depths of Parnassus the oracle will return into the world: the ex cathedra utterance of the Magisterium. The Church has the bomb."
Sheldon Vanauken, "The English Channel: between Canterbury and Rome," in The new Catholics: contemporary converts tell their stories, ed. Dan O'Neill (New York, NY: Crossroad, 1989), 129. There is an immaturity about most of these essays, though not this one and "A bizarre conversion," by John C. Cort.