When Kirill and Francis Meet, It’ll be an Historic Kick in the Devil’s Gut
Deacon Keith Fournier, The Stream
It was the ongoing “Christian genocide” that finally brought about the meeting after twenty years of discussions. Pope Francis and the Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill will be meeting next Friday in the neutral location of Cuba, while the patriarch is there on an official visit and Francis is on his way to Mexico.
Conservatism and the Art of Catechesis
Isaac Woodward, Values & Capitalism
Several denominations of the Christian faith still have formalized methods of catechizing those new to the faith. Yet, it is all too clear that many of these efforts are not achieving the results one would hope they would.
What Should We Do About Natural Law?
James Kalb, The Catholic World Report
Our governing institutions and the public at large have staked their authority and actions on the rejection of natural law in favor of preference satisfaction. So what can be done?
How the Free Enterprise System Is Lifting Millions Out of Poverty Worldwide
Israel Ortega, Opportunity Lives
The free enterprise system has been the greatest force the world has ever known to reduce poverty and increase prosperity. The bad news is that many here in the United States are forgetting this important lesson.