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Footnote 30: Interview with Bill and Ester Williams on the history of the Order in Malta – Part 2

By Christopher Manion / April 11, 2013 /

In Footnote 30, Chris Manion interviews Bill Williams, a Knight of Magistral Grace in the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes, and of Malta, and his wife Esther, a native of Malta, and they recount more highlights in the history of the Order on the Island of Malta.

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Footnote 29: Knight Bill Williams recounts the history of the Order – Part 1

By Christopher Manion / April 7, 2013 /

In Footnote 29, Chris Manion interviews Bill Williams, a Knight of Magistral Grace in the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes, and of Malta, who recounts some highlights in the history of the Order on the Island of Malta.

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Footnote 28: The Knights of Malta Reach Out to College Students

By Christopher Manion / April 4, 2013 /

In Footnote 28, Chris Manion interviews Greg August, a Knight of Magistral Grace in the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes, and of Malta, to discuss the Order’s outreach to college students, especially those in the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS).

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Footnote 17: Hey, Obama, Send Us Some Bacon!

By Christopher Manion / January 6, 2013 /

The City of Detroit has been virtually destroyed by a series of incompetent and corrupt politicians. Yet those same politicians demand billions in federal taxpayer funds because they can deliver the votes. Should they get it?

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Footnote 16: Obama’s War Against The Kulaks

By Christopher Manion / January 3, 2013 /

Is Obama really like Stalin? Listen to the Bellarmine Forum Footnote episode 16 wherein Dr. Manion examines whether the kulaks are alive and well in America today.

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Footnote 13. MSNBC Promotes Ignorance Masquerading As Moralism

By Christopher Manion / December 8, 2012 /

Chris Manion finds a surprising cause for the playground name calling rampant today.

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Footnote 12. Counterfeiting is a crime — unless you do it legally.

By Christopher Manion / December 6, 2012 /

Counterfeiters multiply during the Christmas season – but in Washington DC, it’s Christmas every day!

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Footnote 11 – Is Social Justice Compatible with Charity?

By Christopher Manion / December 4, 2012 /

A story told by Archbishop Chaput causes Chris Manion to ask- has social justice replaced virtue these days?

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Footnote 8: Is the Bishops’ Conference Turning the Corner?

By Christopher Manion / November 18, 2012 /

At the annual meeting of the USCCB in Baltimore last week, bishops signaled that the focus on “Social Justice” that has prevailed for several decades might be changing to a focus on teaching the fundamentals of the faith to the faithful.

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Footnote 7: Revenge – Or Love? The Catholic Answer

By Christopher Manion / November 8, 2012 /

In Footnote 7, Chris Manion asks: Can a government based on revenge serve the common good? And is love of country a viable alternative?

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