There's something completely different that I don't like about the labels: I wrote this node
not as a Monsignor, but as an initiate. Putting that out of context feels like changing history.
It's a bit like watching a video of kids playing, and a voice in the background says "on the left hand side you see the pope", just because one of them happened to become pope 60 years later (I tried hard to find an example that fits to our level names here ;-). But it wasn't the pope at that time. It was just a kid.
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