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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 →

Catechism: The Right to Liberty is Inalienable

Pope Francis Vs. Economics: On Whose Authority?

I would like to illustrate a point about Catholic social teaching and Libertarian economics by tweaking a particular quote from Pope Francis: In the first case the Pope has some harsh words for the geological sciences: “The worship of the… Continue Reading →

What Pope Francis Gets Horribly Wrong About Libertarianism

In a recent memo to the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, Pope Francis declared war on libertarians, stating, “I cannot fail to speak of the grave risks associated with the invasion of the positions of libertarian individualism at high strata… Continue Reading →

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