Love is the hallmark of the true Church—nothing else!—and where love is, God is, Christ is, the Holy Spirit is. Christ does not tell us in the gospels, "Make sure each other is believing in exactly the right doctrine," but rather ‘Love one another as I have loved you.’
I am not saying that doctrine is unimportant, but that it is secondary.
Love is like the feet, very humble, but they're the parts of the body that enable you to follow Jesus, they lead you to Him.
Doctrine is like the head, full of itself, often lost in the clouds of speculation, often misguiding the feet, often putting up "mental roadblocks" where the feet know better, where the feet would go if not restrained.
No one has ever walked by using his head as the organ of locomotion. If you don't have feet, then you must use a wheelchair, but you still don't hop along on your head.
The church I belong to is the one where we are all of one mind because we are all of one loving heart.
The mind of Christ is the only mind that is not flawed, the only mind that does not fantasize, lie or lead astray, or prevent the blessed feet from walking after Him.
The church I belong to is really that one, you and me, and our Lord, Master and Savior is here with us, among us, and within us,
‘He pitched His tent among us and became man,’ so that we might pitch our tent in the heavenlies, and there abide forever in the wedding feast of the Lamb.
What does Christ see when He looks upon the Church?
Nothing and no one that He hasn't placed there.
Whatever and whoever is of the world is as invisible to us, as we are to it and to them.