It may be a pure coincidence, but it is a strange historical fact, that Church and State have constantly been at loggerheads.
The trouble with Labor is that it is forced to fight for the same thing it is fighting against.
Wherever industrial Capitalism arose the same conditions of insufficiency followed it.
One of the most explicit motives of those who are turning their faces towards the land is the desire to restore the Catholic Family.
This disease of monopoly, which is ruining freedom, and against which nearly all men protest, is a main symptom of our modern mortal disease.
Dorothy Day repudiates John Cort and other Catholics who see Distributism as an agrarian visionary dream.
When we come to those men of the margin, we shall really want exactly the sort of thing that priests can give and squires cannot.