Daily Catholic Quote — from G. K. Chesterton

G.K. Chesterton at Work

G.K. Chesterton at Work


“ ‘The Church is not a thing like the Athenaeum Club,’ he cried. ‘If the Athenaeum Club lost all its members, the Athenaeum Club would dissolve and cease to exist. But when we belong to the Church we belong to something which is outside all of us: which is outside everything you talk about, outside the Cardinals and the Pope. They belong to it, but it does not belong to them. If we all fell dead suddenly, the Church would still somehow exist in God. Confound it all, don’t you see that I am more sure of its existence than I am of my own existence?’ ” (G.K. Chesterton, The Ball and the Cross)


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