Confessions of an Economic Hit Man and A Theory of Personalism address a malaise which is political, economic, and cultural—but ultimately religious.
An economy without values has no future, and no bailout of whatever size can rescue it.
Mr. Storck insists, like Belloc, Chesterton, and Dawson, that the history of western civilization can only be comprehended if we see it as Christendom.
Catholic Social Teaching: A New Synthesis is a successful effort to present the entire sweep of Catholic social teaching since Leo XIII.
This handsome prayer book should be of great interest to distributists for the essential devotions that are at the heart of agrarian life.
Liberty: the God That Failed, by Christopher Ferrara, is a book that delivers, and delivers, and delivers.
Ferrara’s central thesis is that the Leviathan created by our branches of government is caused by the very philosophy which created and is enshrined in the American Revolution and Constitution.