Thursday, May 24, 2012

QUOTATION: Religion in the Public Square

To wish to draw an exact line of separation between religion and life, between the natural and the supernatural, between the Church and the world, as if they had nothing to do with each other, as if the rights of God were valueless in all manifold realities of daily life, whether human or social, is entirely foreign to Catholic thought and is positively anti-Christian.

--Pope Pius XII, On Christian Rebirth, 1947

Taken from The Catholic Breadbox