You may notice that I've posted some long posts on the Quran and Islam's claims about Christianity. I sincerely want to treat all Muslims with the dignity and respect with which I would address any other person. Everyone deserves care in my eyes. I have Muslim friends, and believe Muslims to be as good as anyone else in the content of their character. However, I believe that Muslims have been misled, because Islam is a religion based on some demonstrably false assertions in the Quran.
God bless you my friends. I believe that turning back the tide of secularism in society requires that we take the whole of modern science on the chin.
At the same time, I think that engagement with the world is critical in making us more Catholic. Tradition is a beautiful thing handed down, but we are a pilgrim Church, so not yet perfect. We strive for perfection, and each of us can help. As Vatican II's Dei Verbum relates:
This tradition which comes from the Apostles develop in the Church with the help of the Holy Spirit. ... For there is a growth in the understanding of the realities and the words which have been handed down. This happens through the contemplation and study made by believers, who treasure these things in their hearts (see Luke, 2:19, 51) through a penetrating understanding of the spiritual realities which they experience, and through the preaching of those who have received through Episcopal succession the sure gift of truth.