I have been reading Karl Keating’s ‘Catholicism and Fundamentalism’. One quick question: If the Pope made a teaching ex cathedra and it is obviously incorrect. (For example and this is only an example, assume he stated that the Bible is not the word of God), could the Catholic Bishops overrule his ex cathedra statement. It appears to me that Karl Keating seems to imply that the Bishops have ‘Veto’ power. As a catholic, I wish to be certain on how to defend my faith, expecially in this area of papal infallibility. My future sister in law asked if we believed that the Pope was God!! (I assume because only God is infallible and she does not believe in the power of the Holy Spirit.). I thank God for your web site and for the time you will take to answer my question.