- Aug 9, 2020
Closing the XXIII annual meeting of Argentina’s Christian Association of Business Executives (ACDE), the country’s president called for the recovery of the “best capitalism” exemplified by the ACDE’s founder Enrique Shaw, who is being considered for sainthood.
The story of Crystal Cathedral in Orange County, California, is a quintessentially American one, capturing at least three of the defining characteristics of Catholicism in the U.S. over its history.
A new two-volume manuscript on political and social philosophy, authored by St. John Paul II in the 1950s, will dispel views of him as “an intellectual cut off from social concerns” and clarify his lifelong stance on political and ideological issues, said the book’s editor.
In a speech at Villanova on Thursday, Archbishop Chaput said the increased role of government is in response to the collapse of civil society.
In his analysis of neoliberalism, Pope Francis diagnoses our cultural situation as one in which many people devote themselves to the idol of money, choosing mammon over God. He identifies how “the faceless economy” distorts our values, what we give time and energy to, and what we are able to see or not.