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Part of the renewal of the temporal order to which Catholics are called involves an understanding of man’s ultimate Common Good, God Himself, and the need to direct our actions toward attaining this Good in an increasingly secular society. In examining the Social Teachings of the Catholic Church as promulgated over the last 120 years,Continue Reading
Recently a class of high school seniors that I teach read St. Thomas Aquinas’s “Treatise on Law” from his magisterial Summa Theologiae. The students struggled through the work and great discussion was sparked over the topic of law generally and the natural law specifically. In leading the class through the discussion with several of myContinue Reading
Trains and Christmas go together. It has been so—at least in the United States—since the early part of the 20th century. It is not unusual to see a train encircling the Christmas tree, or to read a Christmas story or watch a Christmas movie with people traveling by train. There is a certain romance boundContinue Reading
Special thanks to The Distributist Review for publishing my review of WFF Board Member Dr. Arthur Hippler’s Citizens of the Heavenly City: A Catechism of Catholic Social Teaching. You can read my review here. (Picture courtesy of The Distributist Review) Try these too: Catholic Social Teaching and The Common Good Catholic Social Teaching For UniversityContinue Reading
In presenting background for the 2011 linguistic changes in the Mass, the Wanderer Forum Foundation hopes to initiate a revitalization of faith. While many instructions to the faithful merely concentrate on the change in the words, we hope this background on the Mass explains why the change was needed to safeguard the true teachings ofContinue Reading