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The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization

Watch libertarian Catholic Dr. Tom Woods as he explores the rich history of the Catholic faith in its integral role in civilization:

The Surprising Origin of “The Twelve Days of Christmas” Song

You’re all familiar with the Christmas song, “The Twelve Days of Christmas” I think. To most it’s a delightful nonsense rhyme set to music. But it had a quite serious purpose when it was written. It is a good deal… Continue Reading →

Second Day of Christmas

Libertarian Catholic? LOL What an Oxymoron!

St. Thomas Aquinas, Francisco de Vitoria, Dorothy Day, JRR Tolkien, Frederick Bastiat, Lord Acton, Judge Andrew Napolitano, Lew Rockwell, Francisco Suárez, Jeffrey Tucker, Alexis de Tocqueville, and Tom Woods are not impressed.

The Godless Delusion: Considering Celestial Teapots

In 1952 Bertrand Russell wrote an essay for Illustrated magazine called Is There a God? in which he answered his own question in the negative by rehashing the problem of suffering and creating a new atheist argument concerning a celestial… Continue Reading →

Walter Block Sets Loyola Diversity Officer Straight on Jesuit Values

In an email celebrating “Native American Heritage Month”, the Loyola University Chief Diversity Officer Sybol Anderson encouraged readers to take this time to “reflect upon our Jesuit values, such as inclusiveness and social justice …” This struck world-renowned economics Loyola… Continue Reading →

Sorry Protestants, Scripture IS Tradition

One of the main points of contention between protestants and Catholics is the principle of Sola Scriptura meaning that Holy Scripture alone is authoritative for the faith and practice of the Christian. This ideology serves to differentiate holy Scripture from… Continue Reading →

St. Teresa of Avila Reformed the Church Without Becoming a Heretic

Caesar Worship is the Default State of Mind

At the Federalist, I attempted to make the case that Christianity is so wound up in our socio-cultural experience its morality–as portrayed in the Ten Commandments–has shaped our minds in a similar way that language does. I also try to… Continue Reading →

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