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How a Good Lent Can Help Fix a Bad Economy

To those who see no link between Lent and our failing economy, it might be the case to look again. Economics is about people. It cannot be reduced to numbers, formulae and analyses. “The subject … Continue reading


The Church Favors Balance and Economic Prosperity

The Church has always favored economic prosperity. However, the Church also insists upon balance as can be seen by this excellent quote from Spanish writer Donoso Cortes. “Nor is it less absurd to suppose, as … Continue reading


Analyzing the Apple Watch Ad: “As individual as you are”

Appealing to man’s desire to be “individual,” Apple has released a new ad for their smart watch stating, “As individual as you are.” The ad continues, “everyone is different. So we designed Apple Watch to … Continue reading


“They” is Destroying the English Language

Entering the new year, something tragic happened in the world of grammar and language usage. Over 200 linguists of the American Dialect Society met in Washington, D.C. to choose their “Word of the Year.” They … Continue reading


“Courage, Play the Man”

Religious persecution is a frequent topic of discussion in our country and for good reason. The mere mention of Kim Davis or the Little Sisters of the Poor, is sufficient to conjure up images of … Continue reading


Why We Need Beauty in Our Lives

God created beauty for the life of the soul. It has no corporal usefulness. It does not satisfy hunger, shelter us from a storm or provide warmth. For the life of the body, it is … Continue reading


When Money Was Simple, Straightforward and Sound

Good money presupposes good rulers. It is only then that the corrupting influence of money is checked and true prosperity can be established. This was the case of King Saint Louis IX (1214-1270). His reign … Continue reading


How Return to Order Was Written: Sharing Four Secrets

If there was something that facilitated the writing of my book, Return to Order, it was the ability to isolate myself and work only on the book. Like everyone, I had a busy schedule that … Continue reading

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