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In the Catholic view, the legitimacy of property always rests on it being used for the common good.
We are all patrons, even if we don't mean to be.
How everyday moral decisions are embedded in some of life's deepest questions.
There is only one remedy to shed the corruption of our souls.
You're staring into your spouse's eyes and your backs are to the world. Is that going to work for anyone but yourselves?
Can we meet our desire for security with more than lamenting "senseless violence"?
Because money talks . . . about virtue.
What's the likelihood of living together if we can't even trust our neighbours?
Blaise Pascal knows us well: as glorious and wretched, hungering for God but prone to distraction.
Eyeing graduation, a junior asks how to keep friends after school.