Quote of the Day

The whole course of Christianity from the first… is but one series of troubles and disorders. Every century is like every other, and to those who live in it seems worse than all times. The Church is ever ailing… Religion seems ever expiring, schisms dominant, the light of truth dim, its adherents scattered. The cause of Christ is ever in its last agony…

Blessed John Henry Newman (1801-1890)

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