On the curious habits of the spiritual-but-not-religious.
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"Hypocrisy is an internal division," the Pope declared in a recent address. "We say one thing and we do another. It's a kind of spiritual schizophrenia." - Pope Francis (L'Osservatore Romano)
So there we are at this crossroads of culture and, more than that, of civilization itself.
A young boy, 10 years old or so, faces the camera.
My friend, the inestimable Robert George, likes to ask his college students how many of them, if they lived in the South before the Civil War, would have opposed slavery.
There are others. Many others. We mourn them. We allow ourselves a righteous anger. We admire them. We honour them.