Looking at Laudato Si’ in Theory and Practice

Ronald Reagan once said that an economist is someone who sees something happen in practice and wonders if it could work in theory. The new book, Pope Francis and the Caring Society, appears like a … Continue reading

A Brutal Pace of Life: The Fruit of Intemperance

Many people associate the virtue of temperance with the control of one’s appetite. A temperate person does not eat or drink in excess. This perception is undoubtedly true but temperance involves much more. Temperance involves … Continue reading

The ‘Weinsteinization’ of Everything Rotten

The spectacular fall of Harvey Weinstein represents more than just the rejection of the appalling behavior of a Hollywood mogul. Rather, it is the unsurprising confirmation that Hollywood is rotten. The behavior of Hollywood producers … Continue reading

Realizing How Powerful We Really Are

In seeking to return to Christian order, we should realize how powerful we really are. The best way to do this is to learn from the reactions of the other side. Whenever we defend the … Continue reading

“A Clear Way Out of the Current Cultural Crisis” – Bishop Donald Hying

“Return to Order offers a synthesis of Catholicism’s invaluable contribution to the building of a humane and ordered society in which the human person can flourish. When culture, economy, polity, and religion form an ethical … Continue reading

Return to Order: A Luminous Path to a Future Solution

By Nelson Fragelli. It is not often that one reads a book like Return to Order: From a Frenzied Economy to an Organic Christian Society—Where We’ve Been, How We Got Here and Where We Need to … Continue reading