by Dennis McInerny

The essential spirit of any given age or society is often most directly revealed by what it estimates to be the principal virtues, and the most heinous vices. If we were to allow the mass media to be our guide in this matter, we could easily conclude our age rates tolerance as among the highest of virtues. There is certainly much emphasis given to tolerance today. We are constantly being reminded how important it is to be tolerant of one another. And, negatively, we are regularly warned of the evils of intolerance.

What are we to make of the emphasis that is currently given to the subject of tolerance? Should it be regarded as just one more sign of the vigorous moral health of the society in which we live? Or does it lend itself to another…


FSSP Canada

The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (Canada) Inc.
P.O. Box 7248, Station V
Vanier, ON K1L 8E3

Phone: (613) 567-0287
Fax: (613) 288-1341