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A Libertarian Defense of Distributism

Distributism doesn’t mean what you think it does. It’s not some kind of baptized-socialism that should more accurately be called “redistributionism.” Distributism is radical. It’s self-reliant. It’s a man-against-the-world anarchy that even the most committed acolyte of Ayn Rand can… Continue Reading →

Bishop Barron on The Ben Shapiro Show—Full Interview

One of the leading conservative commentators, Ben Shapiro, questions one of the foremost Catholic apologists. In the fascinating discussion, they delve into cosmology, theology, and a few other ologies. Critics will immediately jump on Bishop Barron’s position that those outside… Continue Reading →

Brian Holdsworth: Keeping Youth In the Church

“Watching Baby Boomers sing songs written in the 70s while smacking tambourines to time signatures that have no correlation to the actual beat of the song is nobody’s idea of a culturally relevant experience.” AMEN!  

When Orthodox is Edgier Than Unorthodox

h/t Stephen Herreid

Nancy Pelosi is 1/1024th Catholic

Why can’t you just be normal??

Capitalism & Church Teaching

You Can’t Believe in Rights and Reject Libertarianism

Something All Christians Can Agree On

Why Do Catholics Pray to Mary?

“I go directly to Jesus. Mary gets in the way.” I have to laugh when I hear this. I ask the person, “Why don’t you take your reading glasses off so you can look at the page directly?” I am… Continue Reading →

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