Surprisingly, the first thinker to produce a systematic treatise on what’s today called Economics was Renaissance-era Dominican monk St. Antonio of Florence.
Antonio GraceffoFebruary 14, 2023
American conservatives have a paradoxical relationship with the Middle Ages – a relationship which today has reemerged as a fascinating cleavage on the American right.
James DiddamsOctober 18, 2022
Corrymeela’s community believes no one can unwind every evil of the past, so each person can only decide how he will live with others in the present.
Peter BurnsOctober 13, 2022
Through the Good Friday Agreement, Corrymeela was an epicenter for people working towards a peaceful settlement to the Troubles.
Peter BurnsOctober 12, 2022
A state-enforced sexual establishment parallels the kind of religious establishment dissenters have long sought to dismantle, and for sound reasons.
Cory HigdonSeptember 27, 2022
As Promisel and Russell have argued, the Catholic Church’s teaching on solidarity should serve as a signpost for the US to navigate the next pandemic
Lee TrepanierAugust 24, 2022
The Byzantine emperor, crusaders and Armenian nobility were statesmen, not theologians: their geopolitical situations guided their decision-making more than theological considerations.
Alexander J. MiguelAugust 11, 2022
Many Conservatives and Roman Catholics have long supported the social doctrines of Subsidiarity. Yet its reactionary origin suggests it needs an entirely different view of man’s nature.
Dustin MesserAugust 10, 2022
Thomism and liberalism are not hopeless enemies: a review of The Christian Structure of Politics: On the De Regno of Thomas Aquinas
Jeffrey CimminoAugust 1, 2022