• All men who have ideals . . . live by some kind of faith, by committing themselves to some kind of loyalty which is not universally recognized as the common property of all thinking men. They must have something-something outside themselves, to make them feel life is worth living, that good rather than evil is the explanation of the world.

    Ronald Knox (2010). “In Soft Garments: Classic Catholic Apologetics”, p.105, Ignatius Press