“The most interesting conversation was with a Hungarian evangelist to Gypsies. He described Hungary as post-modern, post-Christian, post-reading (they don’t like it, apparently), and post-listening (they heard so much propaganda from the communists that they have a hard time listening long to anyone’s claims). All in all, it struck me that Americans may not be that much different from Gypsies.” . . .

Mark Galli from: A Little Raising of Hands: