The Parish Paper - June 2015: Could Lack of Curiosity Kill the Church?

2015, 2 pp
The proverbial expression that curiosity killed the cat highlights the danger of probing the unknown. However, the original phrase means something entirely different— that care or worry could wear out nine cat’s lives. Even early Christians gave caution about excessive inquiry, believing that curiosity was corrosive to the soul. Saint Augustine wrote, “God fashioned hell for the inquisitive.” But can too little curiosity hurt the church?

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