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Venezuelan Paramilitary Officers Opened Fire in Church, Desecrated Eucharist

In a video circulating on social networks, a priest states that the perpetrators of the attack, in an attempt to disband the group of faithful, opened fire inside the church, profaned the sanctuary and damaged church decorations. The parish priest,… Continue Reading →

You can’t separate church and state if the state is your church.

People Aren’t Becoming Less Religious. They’re Replacing God with the State

h/t Liberty Memes

Trying to use the state for good

Play Statist Games, Win Statist Prizes

A Brief Histogram of the State Versus Church

Using the State to Enforce Morals

Catholic Foundation for the Separation of Church and State

Many Catholics criticize libertarianism as a “spawn” of the Enlightenment, which was in direct opposition to the Catholic Church. They say that separation of church and state is an error and that the Church must be the head of the… Continue Reading →

Church Versus the State St. Ambrose Style

In 390 AD the Roman Empire was a far cry from the Empire of Augustus, or Trajan, or even Diocletian. The division between the Western and Eastern Empires – currently ruled by Valentinian II and Theodosius I, respectively – was… Continue Reading →

St. Augustine: “What are kingdoms but great robberies?”

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