The day began for some of us with Holy Mass in the older, traditional Roman Rite.
Breakfast is being consumed.
Interesting line up today including talks on social justice, freedom of conscience, biblical theology of law.
Getting Social Justice Right with Ryan Anderson.
I enjoyed the phrase:
“Social Justice” is a catch word for something that I want and therefore the government should provide.
I would add: With someone else’s money.
Participants are checking out one of the many book tables.
A view across the river from the center toward the Gerald Ford Presidential Museum/Library. I checked it out a couple years ago. Very interesting!
Q&A after talk about Monasticism and Markets, the propositions has been raised that churches could drop tax-exempt status and then engage in virtuous enterprise as a better way to create income and then have more resources to carry out their mission.
Also, Norcia was mentioned! Great beer. They are having an impact on the town.
Producing and selling things can be a way of serving people.
Judge Andrew Napolitano is our lunch speaker today. He is speaking on whether we still have a constitution in these USA.
Don’t take the battery out of your phone. I want President Obama and the NSA to hear everything I going to say!
I was scheduled for Judge Nap’s talk I the first afternoon session. He is a talented teacher.
Now I am in the second session with Scott Hahn.
One of our Orthodox priest colleagues has produced this!
The priest’s son is trading tokens for cigars.