A Crisis of Faith at the Crossroads of Sanctity and Commerce

 No other vocation—not even the sacred ministration of religion itself—requires a more constant exercise of the higher faculties of the human mind, or a more earnest devotion of the purer and nobler attributes of the human soul. …  Never suffer yourselves to be betrayed into anything that can degrade your [humanity] or cast the slightest … Continue reading A Crisis of Faith at the Crossroads of Sanctity and Commerce