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“There can be peace only when there is mutual toleration among and between differing religious groups, and when there is respect for religious liberty.” Who said it? Should a Catholic affirm it, deny it, or qualify it? What is the … Continue reading →
I caught wind of the following story via Facebook last night, dug into it a little more via Veneremur Cernui, and then decided to translate it. I need the practice, and I think it’s topical enough. What especially struck Veneremur is … Continue reading →
Given that “economic benefit” is defined as… “A benefit that can be expressed numerically as an amount of money that will be saved or generated as the result of an action. Making a business case for a new strategy or … Continue reading →
Philip Blond, director of ResPublica, made these comments in 2008, but he continues to plow this line (@Philip_Blond), if you’re interested in Distributism. Here is a longer lecture given in 2012 about his position, known as Red Toryism. If that … Continue reading →
…or, something? If you thought things in the Church were eventful these days, check out this fandango: Third prominent banker found dead in six days Trey Garrison January 31, 2014 11:33AM Normally HousingWire wouldn’t cover deaths in the industry, but … Continue reading →
I had a conversation less than two weeks ago with a fellow Catholic about the Rand/Aquinas conflict. The topic of my conservatism arose, and he asked me almost immediately whether I believed in the Randian philosophy, and whether people have … Continue reading →