Humanism isn't enough.
This reminds me of one a Christopher Hitchens one-liner, "What good work can a believer do that an atheist cannot?" and Bishop Barron's equally pithy response: "Properly worship God." One of the great feats of the Baltimore Catechism was its memorable explanation of the purpose of man.
Without an anthropology, we're basically saying that "we should make the things we make be good for us not bad for us" -- and my question is *how did we get to a point where this needs to be said *- much less *the only thing we have the ability to say.*