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.
Founded in the 1920s by the Azman family, walking into Azman’s Market on St. Clair Avenue on Cleveland’s East Side is like walking back into 1924.
Hippler makes very clear the definition of the common good is “a good that can be shared in by all and does not diminish when it is divided.”
The adventure that is seeking out obscure documents to find the answers to perennial questions is quintessentially distributist.
We realize that the fertile soil that we have been tilling is our intellect and will to the good of our country and to the glory of God.
Who was the first person to put bacon, eggs and toast together on a plate? He is far more brilliant than any president, pope or philosopher!