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.
The major philosophers to influence the thought of liberty, Hobbes and Locke, likewise were divided, but not on the core issue of their philosophy.
Redeeming Economics presents real-world examples of proposals addressing problems such as social security, unemployment, and our present economic doldrums.
Mary Flannery O’Connor is at once perhaps one of the best known and yet most widely misunderstood of modern, Southern short-story writers.
The Middle Ages provides a counterpoint to our current situation.
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