A man who fancies he can find out truth by himself, disdains revelation.
He who thinks he has found it out, is impatient of revelation. He fears
it will interfere with his own imaginary discoveries, he is unwilling
to consult it; and when it does interfere, then he is angry.
--Blessed John Henry Newman, “The Self-Wise Enquirer”, Parochial and Plain Sermons
, Volume 1.
Taken from The Catholic Breadbox