Respectfully disagree. Center point not Rome and St. Peter. Center point = Jesus (faith in...) and the Bible, God’s Word.
The Twelve Apostles of the Catholic Church: St. Peter [Catholic Caucus]
Church Authority Doesn't "Peter" Out
Radio Replies Second Volume - St. Peter in Rome
Did Peter Have a Successor?
St. Peter and the Primacy of Rome
SAINT PETER'S CHAINS (44 A.D.)
Heart of the Church (St. Peter in Words and Stone)
A Saint for the Rest of Us
On This Rock
WAS ST. PETER IN ROME?
St. Peter and Rome
Did the Apostle Peter Ever Visit Rome?
Occasionally Naive and Fearful, Yet Honest and Capable of Repentance (Profile of St. Peter)
Saint Peter As Seen by His Successor (extraordinary document from B16 on his preaching and papacy)
HOMILIES PREACHED BY FATHER ALTIER ON THE FEAST OF SAINTS PETER AND PAUL
Peter, Witness of the Resurrection (Papal preparations for Easter 2006)
The Fraternal Society of St. Peter on EWTN
The Primacy of Peter
Saint Peter and the Vatican, the Legacy of the Popes
Saint Peter and The Vatican - Legacy of the Popes
Did Christ Build the Church on Peter (Matthew 16:18)?
If Peter and the other Apostles, and THEIR disciples hadn't done the work to spread the words and story of Jesus, there wouldn't even have been a Church. They knew it wasn't about them, but about Jesus's Words and Teachings, and they did a good job getting them out to the world.
Jesus knew what He was doing when He chose them.
Christ is the Word of God. The Bible only in a secondary sense.