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We’ve posted a dozen or so AU 2010 lectures in our online store and expect to be putting up many more in the days ahead. They’re priced at $1.99 and transactions are through a secure server at the Acton Institute Digital Downloads page. Check back often. Here’s what available now:

— Thoughts on Human Dignity – Rev. Robert A. Sirico – June 15, 2010

— Centralization and Civil Society – Dr. Daniel Mahoney – June 16, 2010

— The Federalist Debate: Balancing Liberty and Order – Dr. John Pinheiro – June 16, 2010

— Alexis de Tocqueville: Philosopher of Civil Society – Dr. Daniel Mahoney – June 16, 2010

— Christian Poverty in an Age of Prosperity – Rev. Robert A. Sirico – June 16, 2010

— Medieval Economics: The Untold Story – Jeffrey Tucker – June 16, 2010

— Cultural Decay in Free and Planned Economies – Dr. Jonathan Witt – June 16, 2010

— The Ecumenical Movement and Economics: A Critique – Jordan Ballor – June 16, 2010

— Introduction to Catholic Social Teaching – Rev. Raymond de Souza – June 17, 2010

— Social and Economic Context of the New Testament – Dr. Stephen Grabill – June 16, 2010

— The Emergent Church – Dr. Anthony Bradley – June 17, 2010

— Stewardship, Generosity, and Charitable Giving – Brett Elder – June 17, 2010

— The New Deal and the Great Society: Moral and Economic Failure – Klay & Claar – June 17, 2010

John Couretas John Couretas is Director of Communications, responsible for print and online communications at the Acton Institute. He has more than 20 years of experience in news and publishing fields. He has worked as a staff writer on newspapers and magazines, covering business and government. John holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in the Humanities from Michigan State University and a Master of Science Degree in Journalism from Northwestern University.

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