Chapter Five: The Ethos of Catholic Community
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The Ethos of Catholic Community
For the Catholic, his religion is like the air that he breathes and the eyes through which he sees. In this time of individualism and liberalism, one has become accustomed to seeing religion as a category of human life and human culture, next to art, science and politics. And Catholicism would be seen as just a kind of genus or species of religion. On the contrary, if religion is not an absolute world value, then it is no longer a religion. He who thinks otherwise is not thinking Catholic!
—ACADEMIA, OCTOBER 15, 19271
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