If the political culture is sick, that must have something to do with the state of the culture as a whole.
'At the heart of our charism is a focus on the sacredness of all human life and a profound sense of reverence for every human person.'
When one is in pain or mourning, God offers consolation and "in his tenderness comes to wipe the tears from our eyes."
What I especially appreciate is Lewis’ spot-on representation of how the soul clings desperately to what is actually killing it.
Religious freedom is "not just for us, it's for everybody. It's a universal human right."