The world weeps for Notre Dame . . . 800 years of history have been reduced to rubble and cinders, to dust and ashes . . . Paris will never be the same again.
The only question we need to ask right now is: are there any people out there who do NOT weep at the destruction of one of Europe’s greatest landmarks?—an architectural wonder that has remained a symbol of the Christian spirit for centuries, a hymn in stone to deathless beauty?
Are there any twisted souls out there who rejoice, who secretly lick their lips in gloating, at this incendiary rape and ravin of Our Lady of Paris? [LD]