Robert Frederick Drinan, S.J. was a Roman Catholic Jesuit priest, lawyer, human rights activist, and Democratic U.S. Representative from Massachusetts. He was also a law professor at Georgetown University Law Center for the last twenty-six years of his life.
|I cannot dislike him [Gerald R. Ford] personally—he's cordial and gracious. But he's consistently wrong and consistency is a virtue of small minds. He's never proposed a constructive solution to anything.||Compliments, Insults & Rebukes|
|I will be a priest forever.||Religion & God|
|The government has to be good, and just, and gentle.||Management & Managing Government|
|There is always a certain non-denominational piety which we expect from our President …. There are over 100 million Americans who have no religious affiliation.||Religion & God|
|There is an obvious and sometimes truly pathetic desire of Congressmen to be identified in the popular mind with those individuals who want more godliness in the schools and more fervor in our public piety.||Religion & God|