"I went to a psychoanalyst for 20 years, and I can say that Books Ten and Eleven of [Augustine's] Confessions offer answers to our most intimate questions and calm our most painful queries."
"The poor and suffering are the responsibility of the whole church, even when they're not members of any church."
"This is madness! What believer would want to stay in a church that equally venerates murderers and martyrs, lechers and saints?"
Articles referenced above include:
Veterans cemetery aide fired for invoking God—The Washington Times (Feb. 8, 2003)
Actor Gives Augustine's "Confessions" a New Twist—Zenit News Agency (Feb. 10, 2003)
Confessions of Depardieu—The Independent, London (Feb. 10, 2003)
President Bush Discusses Faith-Based Initiative in Tennessee—White House Press Release (Feb. 10, 2003)1
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