[quote=Aureole]Other people could change it again just the same. Furthermore, it would be nice to go somewhere that you can just sit back and trust the content coming in. A priest once told me that the seminarians he has are so glad to be able to just learn for once, rather than being on guard for heretical nonsense.
Certainly a place where you can find authoritatively true teaching is necessary, but we should also try to educate others on the faith, and they are not likely to look at such a site. Wikipedia is supposed to be unbiased, so someone wary of pro-Catholic bias may look there first. That’s why I suggest we all go to Wikipedia and edit away until the catholic-related articles are correct. Wikipedia is ruled by the consensus of people writing an article, so if enough of us go there, then the majority on each of those articles will be good.
I still haven’t gotten a good example of anti-catholicism there, though. I just read an excellent Wikipedia article on indulgences that explained it better than I’ve seen most places on the web. I did a little looking around there at other articles, and didn’t find anything blatantly anti-catholic. Granted the occasional vandalism will pop up, but it’s prompty deleted. Does anyone have an example, or are you all just assuming it must be biased?