.- Archbishop Domingo Castagna of Corrientes warned this week of the constant danger of losing the sense of good and evil under the guise of modernizing traditional concepts, the genuineness of which should not be forgotten.
“Erasing humanity’s thousands of years of history or the Catholic Church’s twenty centuries in order to begin again is not progress. Only folly and pride can sustain such an idea,” the archbishop said in his weekly radio program.
He said it was tragic to see the advance of growing disagreement with Christian principles and the rejection of “fundamental values and of God.”
If one is sufficiently humble, the archbishop added, one can find the path to re-encounter God, as was the case with two prominent atheists: St. Edith Stein and Blessed Charles de Foucauld, whose “mysterious lives both ended in holiness.”