Wednesday, October 15, 2008

"It's to die for"

"One does not make the world more human by refusing to act humanely here and now"

In his first encyclical, (Deus caritas est, 31b) Benedict XVI, in a critique of the Marxist critique of charity, makes the clear observation that one does not make a humane world by refusing to act humanely; And just as no one makes a better world by executing all those who stand in the way of his vision of a better world, no woman creates a better world for herself by killing her child in the womb. For as blindingly obvious as this would seem, those who are willing to try, are legion.

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