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Catholics can respectfully disagree with Pope Francis on economics

My friend Fr. Gerry Murry has a good comment on Laura Ingraham’s new site, LifeZette (don’t ask me about that name, I’m not sure either).  My emphases and comments. Can Capitalists Be Good Catholics? Pope Francis warns of ‘subtle dictatorship’ by … Continue reading

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Pope Francis and U.S. style capitalism

From Deseret News: NEW YORK — The Rev. Martin Schlag is a trained economist as well as a Catholic moral theologian, and when he first read some of Pope Francis’ powerful critiques of the current free market system he had … Continue reading

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Salt and Light

If it’s Saturday you’ll find Father at Home Depot, another reason to love the free market, which would be impossible with too much government regulation. Today Father and I are attending to our salt and light. Home Depot and a … Continue reading

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Michael Coren on Popes who condemn “unfettered” capitalism

Michael Coren, the author of the recent title The Future of Catholicism, has a comment about a Pope who condemned “unfettered” capitalism. Keep in mind that “unfettered” capitalism is nowhere to be found. With that…  from Coren on Mercatornet: I … Continue reading

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