Balancing the “Big Three”

This week we feature an interview with Diane Paddison, Chief Strategy Officer for Cassidy Turley in Dallas, Texas. She is the founder of non-profit 4WORD and author of the book Work, Love, Pray; Practical Wisdom for Young Professional Christian Women. Continue Reading...

‘If there are people for whom to be Christian words alone would not suffice’

Comparing artists is about as helpful as comparing beer or theologians; it often simply comes down to a matter of taste. However, just as with theologians, there are new insights to be gained from artists, even if they don’t turn out to be our favorite (I suppose the same holds with beer, as well.) Robert Royal, in an article for the Catholic Education Resource Center, poses the question of whether or not French poet Paul Claudel might be the best modern Catholic poet ever. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 07.09.12

Where Money Meets Morality How can one defend “just weights and measures” while advancing a policy that would have the money supply altered—distorting its true value—by majority vote? Is Meritocracy A Sham? Continue Reading...

Getting Religion Back into Our Economic Lives

National Review Online’s Kathryn Jean Lopez talks to Rev. Sirico about his new book, Defending the Free Market: The Moral Case for a Free Economy, the link between economic liberty and public morality, and the differences between socialism and capitalism: LOPEZ: How can you get more greed with socialism than capitalism? Continue Reading...

What Life Was Like in 1776

During the Revolutionary Era, Americans had the highest per capita income in the civilized world and paid the lowest taxes, says Thomas Fleming, and they were determined to keep it that way. Continue Reading...