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Post Tagged '2016 election'

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...

Before you vote, think like a libertarian

You don’t necessarily have to be a member of the Libertarian Party to appreciate it. In a new piece for the Federalist, Acton’s director of programs, Paul Bonicelli suggests that there are libertarian questions that voters of all parties should be asking. Continue Reading...
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