"É, si muove!"
[Still, it moves!]
At the age of 70, after being condemned by a tribunal of the Inquisition convoked in Santa Maria sopra Minerva, Rome's sole surviving Gothic church, (built over the remains of a temple to the goddess of wisdom), Galileo was forced to recant, kneeling, all of his proofs that the planets moved around the sun. But as he stood up he said "É, si muove!".
What the Church couldn't abide was that Galileo's scholarship refuted a fundamental article of faith of Catholic dogma, that God moves the spheres of the heavens about the earth: the Primum Mobile.
Who are the heretics of our day?