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Bonchamps on libertarian Catholicism

Libertarianism: Now More Than Ever

“This is the end of the Church” said every failed empire the last 2000 years

St. Thomas Aquinas: “One should do harm to no man.”

Alexis de Tocqueville

Writer and statesman, born at Verneuil, Department of Seine-et-Oise, 29 July 1805; died at Cannes, 16 April, 1859. He was the great grandson of Malesherbes, the defender of Louis XVI. As a judge at Versailles in 1830 he formed a… Continue Reading →

Manifesto of Faith by Gerhard Cardinal Müller

“Let not your heart be troubled!” (John 14:1) In the face of growing confusion about the doctrine of the Faith, many bishops, priests, religious and lay people of the Catholic Church have requested that I make a public testimony about… Continue Reading →

I’m none of those. I’m a Catholic.

The Nazis Wanted to Know if JRR Tolkien Was Aryan; Tolkien Wasn’t Having Any of That

In 1938, English author and champion libertarian Catholic J. R. R. Tolkien and his British publisher, Stanley Unwin, opened talks with Rütten & Loening, a Berlin-based publishing house, about a German translation of his recently-published hit novel, “The Hobbit.” They… Continue Reading →

How some arguments with catholics feel

Using the State to Enforce Morals

Make the Vatican Catholic Again

Too soon?

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