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Today’s Civil Rights Fight Is Not What You Think

Picture this:  You are a vulnerable African-American woman living in the racially charged and publicly segregated Montgomery Alabama in 1955. You work as a seamstress and use the public bus system to taxi you back and forth from home to… Continue Reading →

We Are Called to Freedom

The Uniqueness of Western Law: Part 3 – Christianity Takes Up the Torch of Hellenistic Natural Law

The notion that the same rules apply to all men later found a home with the kings of Northern Europe.  These tribes still possessed that Indo-European culture of the rule of an, albeit, customary law and the right to resist… Continue Reading →

Our Declaration of Independence from Tyranny Requires a Declaration of Dependence on God

“Given a freedom which is independent of God, independent of moral law, independent of inalienable rights as the endowment of the Divine Spirit, and America could note itself out of democracy tomorrow. How can we continue to be free unless… Continue Reading →

Rerum Novarum

RERUM NOVARUM ENCYCLICAL OF POPE LEO XIII ON CAPITAL AND LABOR   To Our Venerable Brethren the Patriarchs, Primates,Archbishops, Bishops, and other ordinaries of places having Peace and Communion with the Apostolic See. Rights and Duties of Capital and Labor… Continue Reading →

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