“A saint is merely that person in this scheme of creation who is without a grievance.” (1925)
“In the days of the monarchy a saint could and did reproach, accuse, or condemn a prince. In our day the saint and the admonishment are both unthinkable.
“Who is to admonish the state?” (1961)
“St. Francis leads us to the only escape from respectability—Poverty.” (1931)