Cardinal Fang, exemplar of all that is moral, has declared that people without faith have ”nothing beyond the constructs they confect to cover the abyss”, and “people without religion… are frightened by the future”. “”Australian society will become increasingly coarse and uncaring … if Christian principles are excluded from public discussion”, he said.
Meanwhile, his moral Christian church continues to defend child molesters. That is a refined and caring sort of evil, isn’t it?
Secularists do not wish to exclude the Christian voice in public discussion; they wish to include the non-Christians. I can see how Fang might get that wrong. He thinks that only the Catholic voice should be heard, so any inclusion of others automatically decreases the God-given right of the Catholic Church to determine how everyone, non-Catholics included, should live.
Hat tip: PZ Myers