Statue of Saint Dominic in the Church of Santa Sabina in Rome

Today's Quote:

In the domain of morality, is it not an accepted principle of our Western bourgeois world that there is no absolute distinction between right and wrong rooted in the eternal order of God, but that they are relative and dependent entirely upon one's point of view? Hence when the Western world wishes to decide what is right and wrong even in certain moral matters, it takes a poll-forgetful that the majority never makes a thing right, because right is right if nobody is right, and wrong is wrong if everybody is wrong. the first pool of public opinion taken in history of Christianity was on Pilate's front porch, and it was wrong.

      - Bishop Fulton J. Sheen