Personal faith can be a powerful force for public good.
It would make life much easier if I could have total faith and not question everything all the time, but I can’t do it and I won’t do it.
The great thing is that whether we have faith or not, we are by and large very tolerant of people, whatever their particular view.
In the Europe which was created by the Second World War, divided into two blocks, each in need of a revolution that would end the abuses and injustices of capitalism and the privileges of a bureaucratic caste, collective faith does not exist.
The Christian faith can never be separated from the soil of sacred events, from the choice made by God, who wanted to speak to us, to become man, to die and rise again, in a particular place and at a particular time.