Appeared in Vol. 4 No. 4

It might well be said in our time that secularism is the root of all evil, and the truth of it consists in man’s continual rebellion against God as the key element in a process which has profoundly shaped the modern world. By now, however, the secularization of political, economic, social, intellectual and even religious life in all the institutions of society has become potent enough to condition persons to rebel even if they had not originally been so inclined. Below, Rev. Edward Berbusse, S.J., describes the extent of secularization and suggests, in brief; how one might start to do something about it.

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