Body without a soul
Diogenes is aghast that the European bishops don't seem to notice what's wrong with the European Union.
In a Wall Street Journal column, Paul Johnson explains.
Unfortunately the whole essay is only available to subscribers, but here's the bottom line:
In short, the EU is not a living body, with a mind and spirit and animating soul.
The absence of a soul: Isn't that something a clergyman should notice?
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