"In America we don't have anything even close to Europe's great cities with fountains, cathedrals, promenades and parks. I know we've only had two hundred years to work at it, but the point is, Americans don't dream of building a great city. The American Dream is having one's own house.

"In America we have moved from the great Catholic consciousness of the community, of building the city of God, a great people, to taking care of our houses, protecting our neighborhoods, so that handicapped people and people of other skin colors don't move into it and kill property values. We have got to call this what it is: narcissism.

"There's a world bigger than our families. The only way we can ultimately protect our family is to create and protect the entire human family.”