The honest man must be a perpetual renegade, the life of an honest man a perpetual infidelity. For the man who wishes to remain faithful must take himself perpetually unfaithful to all the continual, successive, indefatigable, renascent errors.
Charles Pguy (January 7, 1873-September 4, 1914) was a noted French poet and essayist. His two main inspirations were socialism and nationalism, but by 1908 at the latest, he had became a devout but non-practicing Catholic. From then on, Catholicism had an major influence on his works.