"If you want to see the face of Europe in 100 years, barring a miracle, look to the faces of young Muslim immigrants," Philadelphia Archbishop Charles J. Chaput told a group of Catholics Thursday.
Speaking at an annual conference of the Napa Institute in California, Chaput tied the future of civilization to a willingness to have children—an area where Muslims lead every other group.
"Islam has a future because Islam believes in children," Chaput said. "Without a transcendent faith that makes life worth living, there's no reason to bear children. And where there are no children, there's no imagination, no reason to sacrifice, and no future."