An Economics of Justice & Charity unpacks the social teachings and challenges Catholics to deepen their knowledge of the social doctrine of the Church.
Chesterton understood exactly what they meant. They meant the “feeble-minded” on earth. They meant the “lower classes” or “humanity minus ourselves.”
Perhaps we may never learn the identities of the original New England leaguers. Or maybe you can help us unravel this mystery.
With his lovely wife Christelle and their six beautiful children, Christopher Hagen is looking forward to whatever God has in store for his family.
This handsome prayer book should be of great interest to distributists for the essential devotions that are at the heart of agrarian life.
More ownership is rarely explored today because we have accepted the separation of ownership and work as the gold standard of economic progress.
The impact of for-profit control over our society has reenergized what some astute observers call plutonomy, which is what we are living under today.