Today’s national discussion about religion and politics is sometimes so very strange. If God is the center of our lives, then of course that fact will influence our behavior, including our political decisions. That’s natural and healthy. What’s unnatural and unhealthy is the kind of public square where religious faith is seen as unwelcome and dangerous. But that seems to be exactly what some people want: a public square stripped of God and stripped of religious faith.
Saturday, May 21, 2005
MH – That’s What I’ve Been Saying – Only He Says It Better
by Our Word
Meant to post this on Friday, but didn't get a chance - it's Archbishop Chaput speaking yesterday at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast. Read it all here. Thanks, K-Lo at NRO.