Well, David, most of what I typed in response to you didn't come through when I clicked "submit post." It is probably due to a formatting error on my part.
Basically, what I will take the time to reiterate from what was lost is that I don't have a personal investment in monarchy (whether Catholic or not), but historical fact shows an advantage to human spiritual development in monarchical style governments over what technology-crazed pseudo-democracy offers. Point in fact is the Vatican City-State and the Church itself.
The reason we need some sort of Catholic government, in response to your question, is because the abortion industry needs to be stifled.
Beyond this, I will let it go, as it is not interesting to you to discuss any longer.
I thank you for your patience with me and the fact that you did not deride or ridicule me, but rather engage on an actual human level.
All the best.
Monarchy or a single rule tends to fit well with large states and very small states, te fact democracy allows all to decide is by nature confusing messy and divisive. A Monarchy or a Civil version of it, without the totalitarianism and police state bit, is the simplest form of government and decision making. The monarch advised by Parliament and Privy Council make a choice and ends the matter.
BUT all coins have 2 sides and monarchism is no different, the down side can be messy, and a tad bloody. But as a devout Socialist I would rather have a Monarch then an Oligarchy making decisions and in power as the monarch is 1 and rules many therefore they tend to be open to compromise more the ologarchs