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Pope Leo XIII: The Church and Freedom

Benedict XVI: Those Who Bow to Jesus Cannot Prostrate Themselves Before Any Earthly Authority

God Gave Man Freedom So Man Could Freely Choose God

God Willed Freedom

Freedom Attains Perfection When Directed Toward God

Catechism: The Right to Liberty is Inalienable

The Catechism of the Catholic Church: Man’s Freedom

PART THREE LIFE IN CHRIST SECTION ONE MAN’S VOCATION LIFE IN THE SPIRIT CHAPTER ONE THE DIGNITY OF THE HUMAN PERSON ARTICLE 3 MAN’S FREEDOM 1730 God created man a rational being, conferring on him the dignity of a person… Continue Reading →

We Are Called to Freedom

Milton Friedman: Is a Man Free to Sin?

World-renowned economist, the late great Milton Friedman addresses the question of whether morality can be forced on people. His response is genius: if you’re not free to sin, then you’re not free to be virtuous. The main problem with the… Continue Reading →

The Non-Aggressive Church

This year marked the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, the largest schism in Church history. Of course, in the seemingly, nominally important date of 2017, there was much talk among prominent church members, on both sides of the doctrinal divide,… Continue Reading →

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