The lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes and the pride of life have all been "Christianized" (not by the liberal, mind you, but by the evangelicals) and are now being offered along with Christ to everyone who will "believe." [The] very values Christ scorned are now being used to attract people to the gospel.
A. W. Tozer
Immediately after the invention of printing, when every press in Europe was engaged printing the Bible, there was one solitary exception, the Pope's press at Subiaco, near Rome. The first book ever printed in Italy was printed there in 1465, and from that time it poured forth a perfect stream of literature of all kinds; but never a book, never a chapter, never a verse of Scripture.
Alexander Robertson, The Roman Catholic Church in Italy, p. 212