How would one interpret this without mvoing away from the traditional view that the Catholic Church, with the Pope as it’s visible head, is the Church of Christ and vice versa?
While Lumen Gentium of course has no binding power on the Church, is it not problematic?
[quote=Lumen Gentium, Chapter 8]This is the one Church of Christ which in the Creed is professed as one, holy, catholic and apostolic, (12*) which our Saviour, after His Resurrection, commissioned Peter to shepherd,(74) and him and the other apostles to extend and direct with authority,(75) which He erected for all ages as “the pillar and mainstay of the truth”.(76) This Church constituted and organized in the world as a society, subsists in the Catholic Church, which is governed by the successor of Peter and by the Bishops in communion with him,(13) although many elements of sanctification and of truth are found outside of its visible structure*. These elements, as gifts belonging to the Church of Christ, are forces impelling toward catholic unity.