Justice & Charity could serve as a very helpful introduction for contemporary Catholics utterly unaware of the Church’s rich social doctrine.
What are the pernicious consequences of the pursuit of maximum profits? The best solution would be a radical change in prevailing attitudes.
These machines, and the minds behind them are not benign, but are the result of–at best–a misguided will. Far from encouraging human flourishing, they will destroy it.
In the spirit of C.S. Lewis, Kevin O’Brien emails his friend Malcolm for the holidays, and in the exchange he reveals Malcolm’s spiritual, intellectual, and political ambiguity.
Pope Francis invites us to find new creative ways to apply fraternity and solidarity as governing principles in the economic order.
Let us use the occasion of the Supreme Court’s Obergefell decision not to engage in railing and political strategizing, but to take stock of our spiritual and intellectual health.
Only when the present economic question is settled, will the real opportunity of Catholicism come; for the conversion of our civilisation.