Monks Triumph Over Cronyist Morticians

The morticians wanted the monks shut down—or even thrown in jail—for the crime the Benedictines were committing. Until 2005, the monks of St. Joseph Abbey in St. Benedict, Louisiana had relied on harvesting timber for income. Continue Reading...

Tea Party Catholic: A Round-Up

Tea Party Catholic: The Catholic Case for Limited Government, A Free Economy and Human Flourishing, the new book by Acton’s Director of Research Samuel Gregg, has received a review from Fr. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 10.16.13

Free Speech Can’t Be Redistributed Jonathan S. Toobin, Commentary Stopping wealthy individuals from giving more to parties and candidates won’t keep money out of politics. Redeeming the Time at Work Kristie Eshelman, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics God calls many of us to spend the majority of our waking hours at work. Continue Reading...

Autocam Files Petition with U.S. Supreme Court

The Thomas More Society stated today in a press release that they are working with Catholic Vote Defense League in a fight to seek “constitutional protection of religious freedom.” Specifically, they have filed a cert petition with the Supreme Court for the case, Autocam Vs. Continue Reading...

Rich People Are Big Meanies Who Just Don’t Care, Right?

In a New York Times op-ed, Daniel Goleman, a psychologist and author, declared, “Rich People Just Care Less.” How does he know this? Because studies have been done. So there. Rich people lack empathy, don’t listen to people lower on the social ladder than themselves, and …seem to pay particularly little attention to those with the least power. Continue Reading...

Greece: Back to the Future

From Australia’s SBS Television: Greeks with Australian citizenship are returning here in the hope of finding jobs and a better life, away from the instability crippling Greece’s economy. Which is why so many Greeks left home and family behind for the American Dream in the early 20th Century: Greeks began to settle in America at the end of the 19th century and the influx of migrants continued up until the 1920s. Continue Reading...