May 02, 2016
April 06, 2015
Pizza, Pluralism, and the Rise of the Conformity Mob
March 25, 2014
Hobby Lobby, The HHS Mandate And Why This Matters To Women
December 13, 2013
TCC: Lessons in Liberty & Restraint
Last week, an exciting new organization called the Transatlantic Christian Council (TCC) hosted its inaugural conference. The theme of the conference was “Sustaining Freedom”, which aligns well with the Council’s mission “to develop a transatlantic public policy network of European and North American Christians and conservatives in order to promote the civic good, as understood within the Judeo-Christian tradition on which our societies are largely based.” Continue Reading...
January 18, 2013
Audio: Samuel Gregg on Secularism, Religion and ‘Becoming Europe’
November 07, 2012
Samuel Gregg: Benedict XVI and the Pathologies of Religion
January 20, 2012
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
Beginning in 1908 as the “Octave of Christian Unity,” the eight days from January 18 to January 25 are designated as the “Week of Prayer for Christian Unity” and observed by many major Christian traditions and denominations. Continue Reading...
December 09, 2011
Sirico at Georgetown: Good Intentions Depend upon Sound Economics
On Tuesday, Acton’s president, Rev. Robert A. Sirico, joined three other prominent Catholic thinkers for a roundtable discussion of the U.S. bishops’ 1986 letter “Economic Justice for All.” Georgetown Univeristy’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs sponsored the discussion, and Berkley Center director Tom Banchoff moderated the proceedings. Continue Reading...
November 30, 2011
Rev. Robert A. Sirico at Georgetown Roundtable Discussion
November 09, 2011