You can find I-3 here: Why "Catholic"?
Section I-4: The Origins of the Pope in Rome, Lessons
Part I-2: Organization of the Church
|"The proper thing, then, is not merely to be styled Christians, but also to be such--just as there are those who style a man a bishop, but completely disregard him in their conduct. Such persons do not seem to me to have a good conscience, inasmuch as they do not assemble in the fixed order ascribed to them" (Letter to the Magnesians, sec. 4).|
Follow the bishop, and he will lead you to God, as Ignatius did.
|The man whose writing solidified the primacy of Rome and the chair of Peter. The martyrdom of Peter's successors helped also, but their martyrdom was coupled with their knowledge, their leadership, and the seriousness with which they claimed to be the Bishop of Rome.|