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When Critics Try to Tell Libertarians What Libertarians Believe

Tradition Doesn’t Matter. #ThingsJesusNeverSaid

Fr. Robert Sirico on Theocracy and Libertinism

No, la Iglesia no va a esconder evidencia en contra de Jesús

Recientemente leí un libro titulado La Dama Azul, de Javier Sierra. El libro es sumamente interesante, es una historia construida en torno a los hechos verídicos que se dieron con Sor María de Jesús de Ágreda, una monja que vivió… Continue Reading →

No, the Church Won’t Hide Evidence Against Jesus

I recently read a book titled The Lady in Blue, by Javier Sierra. The book is extremely interesting; it is a story based on the true events that happened in the seventeenth century, when a nun called María de Jesús… Continue Reading →

The Statist Catholic

I Was a Catholic Once….

“I was a Catholic once,” said the lady a few yards from me in the parking lot. “Now I’m a Christian and you can be one as well.” She preceded to hand a tract to a gentleman standing next to… Continue Reading →

Is Lauren Southern Catholic?

Given Ms. Southern’s solid traditional values and good looks, you’d think that she is absolutely a Catholic, but while she claims to have been raised in a Christian home, evidently it’s not Catholic. She does have jokes on the subject… Continue Reading →

Oh, You Think Catholics Can’t Be Libertarians? You Must Know a Bunch of Saintly Politicians

The Top 5 Libertarian Catholic Countries In the World

Countries known for their Catholicism aren’t always known for their libertarianism. Libertarianism tends to be associated with majority protestant nations (mainly due to the influence of the United Kingdom) more than anything. But there are certainly some liberty-loving Catholic countries… Continue Reading →

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