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Paul Ryan and Catholic Social Teaching, A Commentary by Fr Barron

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  1. MGM.
    8 months ago

    Gosh! I've wasted my time calling Washington to shovel my subdivisions streets of snow !now that I think about it I remember that I pay a subdivision assessment every year just for cleaning the street ,thanks Father for reminding me that snow removal is best handle at the neighborhood level ! Another Canon Lawyer with too.too much time on his hands.P.S.somebody tell Father that getting rid of Social Security and unemployment insurance is what the Tea-Party the driving force in Mr.Ryan's party is all about doesn't this Priest read the papers?

  2. jgradgus
    8 months ago

    (Reply to KarlVDH) Did you listen to what Fr. Barron said? Are you familiar with Catholic Social Teaching? Have you read Blessed Pope John Paul's encyclical Centesimus Annus? Ryan is correct in what he is saying. If you are buying in to the progressive/socialist version of 'Social Justice,' then you are the one who is anathma.

  3. KarlVDH
    8 months ago

    ...Paul Ryan? Seriously? Anyone who takes a man who made the writings of Ayn Rand required reading for his staffers needs to seriously think about whether their faith matters more than American political parties. This man is a complete fraud, and his ideology is anathema to real Catholics.

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