‘Have you got a church you go to sometimes, George? Maybe even if you haven’t been there for a long time? Maybe I could call up the church and get a priest to come over and he could talk to you, see?’
‘Don’t belong to any.’
‘You ought to have a church, George, for times like this. You must have gone to church once. Didn’t you get married in a church? Listen, George, listen to me. Didn’t you get married in a church?’
‘That was a long time ago.’

F. Scott Fitzgerald

The Great Gatsby. Chapter 8, Michaelis talks to a distressed George, who has little time for institutionalized religion, which he sees as a relic of an older age.