December 01, 2016
December 21, 2015
Food prices: financial speculation is a red herring
The discussion is certainly on-going among the 220 opinion leaders who attended and spoke at Acton’s December 3 Rome conference In Dialogue with Laudato Si’: Can Free Markets Help Us Care for Our Common Home? Continue Reading...
October 01, 2014
‘What Our Schools Need’
The Faith Movement, based in the United Kingdom, seeks to bring clergy, religious and lay faithful together to advance the Catholic faith, educating both believers and non-believers regarding the Church. Their website includes book reviews, and Eric Hester currently has a review of the Acton Institute’s Catholic Education in the West: Roots, Reality and Revival. Continue Reading...
April 24, 2013
London’s Financial Leaders Challenged, Inspired at Acton Seminar
February 12, 2013
Pope Benedict: The Capitalist System is Virtuous
March 23, 2011
Philip Booth: Solidarity, Charity and Government Aid
March 03, 2011
International Aid and Integral Human Development
International aid has come in for a lot of criticism recently and with the debate on the federal budget just beginning, U.S. funding for aid is on the chopping block. With a rising deficit, and a struggling economy, many are asking why the United States chooses to continue funding international, or foreign, aid. Continue Reading...
December 21, 2010
Rome Reports: Experts study ways to ensure elderly healthcare
June 22, 2009
Pope Benedict’s Encyclical and a New World Economic Order
May 28, 2008