UPDATE: Senators Come to Final Agreement on Gun Control – Here Are the 14 GOP Senators Who Voted to Advance the Bill, by Cristina LailaJune 22, 2022
Vatican Mints Coin Canonizing Covid-19 Vax, by Jules GomesJune 22, 2022
By Michael Pakaluk, The Catholic Thing, June 22, 2022
Michael Pakaluk, an Aristotle scholar and Ordinarius of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas, is a professor in the Busch School of Business at the Catholic University of America. He lives in Hyattsville, MD with his wife Catherine, also a professor at the Busch School, and their eight children. …
One way of getting at what is objectionable in certain forms of individualism is to think about our lives in relation to debts.
A debt is something definite owed to another. When someone owes us something, and is able to repay, but does not repay, then the question forces itself upon us: should we press somehow a case against this person (perhaps seeking to extract the repayment ourselves, and maybe only the grim repayment of revenge), or should we simply “write off” the debt, forgiving it? …
Continue reading >>>>