Uniformity in “diversity, equity, and inclusion”

Bishop Barron has said this radish trio has come to have the status that liberty, equality, and fraternity had for the French revolutionaries. But these values cannot be absolutes. Moreover, the love that God has for us, and the love he commands us to have for others, is by no means unqualified, and by no means does it entail an attitude of inclusiveness toward evildoers.
 

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