A standard critique of capitalism, going back to Chesterton and Belloc, is that it creates a collusion between Big Government and Big Business.
After the massive floods in Texas caused by Hurricane Harvey, even the harshest judge of the poor could hardly ask, “Why don’t they work?”
Dorothy Day: “To become a Catholic meant for me to give up a mate with whom I was much in love. I chose God and I lost Forster.”
If capitalism is merely the use of capital, the first capitalist was the first of our ancestors to pick up a stick and use it.
Sheen always had the gift for being able to connect with his audience, and here is no exception, even with a topic as dry as economics.
There are two passages from Sacred Scripture which, taken together, illustrate well the place which economic activity should occupy in human life.
The beneficial efficiency that market competition can sometimes produce is in no way a substitute for intelligent concern for the common good.
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