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Judgment According to Pope Francis

Libertarianism isn’t an “Enlightenment” Idea

Chesterton: On Who Should Rule

We must not crown to the exceptional person who knows he can rule. Rather, we must crown the much more exceptional man who knows he cannot.

There, Fixed Your Moral Relativist Nonsense For Ya!

When Critics Try to Tell Libertarians What Libertarians Believe

Stephanie Slade on Being Libertarian and Catholic

Stephanie Slade is Managing Editor at the libertarian publication Reason. She’s also a practicing Catholic. In an article for America: The Jesuit Review, she eloquently explains how that is not only possible, but it’s actually fitting. She explains how libertarianism… Continue Reading →

Humanae Vitae

ENCYCLICAL LETTER HUMANAE VITAE OF THE SUPREME PONTIFF PAUL VI TO HIS VENERABLE BROTHERS THE PATRIARCHS, ARCHBISHOPS, BISHOPS AND OTHER LOCAL ORDINARIES IN PEACE AND COMMUNION WITH THE APOSTOLIC SEE, TO THE CLERGY AND FAITHFUL OF THE WHOLE CATHOLIC WORLD,… Continue Reading →

Socialism or Toilet Paper. It’s Your Choice America

Jay Richards and Joseph Pearce: Distributism Versus the Free Market

We’ve seen a heavy campaign from distributists on the Libertarian Catholic network and we’re still not sure if distributism isn’t just Catholic Communism but we’re willing to hear the arguments. Two experts on the subject face off in this gentlemen’s… Continue Reading →

Not Sure if Distributists are Trolls or Actual Catholic Communists

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