Catholics and Orthodox Christians seek Jesus primarily in the communal completion of the sacraments. The sacraments are rituals, some of which are traced back to Jesus. They are considered timeless in the same way that Christians generally believe that Jesus died and rose for all humanity; those who died long before 1AD and those who live today. Sacraments bring those who practice them into an eternal time when Jesus’ life, death and resurrection is now.
This piece uses labels and generalises about them. Labels don't have static and universal meanings. If you use differently a label I've mentioned (ie Emergent or Reformed) feel free to comment on that difference. Unless people are heavily invested in the arguments amongst labels they usually aren't exclusively one thing or another either. The labels and paths to God I have covered may overlap in the life of a single Christian. Others might not find any that fit. I have tried to be atleast broadly accurate in my use of them. My purpose is to illustrate the function of biblical infallibility and what could replace it.