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Audio: Rev. Sirico on the air

Acton President Rev. Robert A. Sirico has been busy on the airwaves of late; here’s a roundup of his latest radio interviews: On September 19th, Rev. Sirico joined host Thaddeus Romansky on RED-C Catholic Radio in Waco and College Station, Texas to discuss the compatibility of social solidarity and free markets, and the interface of religion and economics more generally. On September 22nd, Rev. Continue Reading...

Rev. Sirico on Catholicism in the 2016 presidential election

In a new article written in the Wall Street Journal, President and Co-Founder of the Acton Institute, Fr. Robert Sirico, comments on the integrity of Catholic politicians. While respecting the traditions and doctrines of the Catholic Church, Sirico says, communicant members should not compromise or adjust points of faith depending on institutional contexts. Continue Reading...

Rev. Sirico on ‘Spotlight’ and Hollywood Hypocrisy

The film “Spotlight” won 2016 best picture and original screenplay Oscars but Acton Institute co-founder and President Rev. Robert A. Sirico “eviscerated the Academy for embracing ‘Spotlight’ while it celebrated a child molester in its own ranks,” according to the Hollywood gossip site TMZ. Continue Reading...

Video & Audio: Sirico on Fox News, Gregg on Relevant Radio

On Friday afternoon, Acton Institute President Rev. Robert A. Sirico joined Neil Cavuto on Fox News Channel to discuss the notable lack of outrage on the part of the media in response to the slaughter of Christians by terrorist organization ISIS. Yesterday, Acton’s Director of Research Samuel Gregg made an appearance on Relevant Radio’s The Drew Mariani Show to discuss Pope Francis’ recent comments calling money “the dung of the devil,” setting them in their proper context and discussing the Pope’s comments on cooperative organizations as well. Continue Reading...