Fascinating split

Mary Kochan writes:

Well this is the first time this has ever happened: I managed to write an article, reaction to which seems to split right along the lines of converts vs cradle Catholics, with the converts saying I’m right and the life-long Catholics saying I’m wrong. So, what do you think?

I’d be interested in hearing from readers on this, particularly with respect to two questions

A) Why does it “feel unCatholic” to so many readers to talk about Jesus?
B) Where, in the Church’s actual teaching, is this perception verified (if anywhere)? No proof texting. Substantial arguments.

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