Category Archives: Faith

Dear Catholics: Anarchy is Your Only Choice

Dear Catholics and all people of good faith:  Why aren’t you an anarchist?  Have you ever thought about it?  If that word – ANARCHY – conjures in your mind images of chaos, masked men breaking windows, scenes from The Purge, that might … Continue reading

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Get Excited About Economics

I did not become interested in economics until I was well-immersed in the liberty movement.  I suppose even now my understanding of economics comes second to my political and philosophical opinions.  If I had been more eager in my study … Continue reading

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Black Friday is for the Poor

I went to a Daily Mass on Black Friday this year.  The priest didn’t waste too much time with the homily, but he made a few comments about Thanksgiving and a statement about Black Friday which I found hopefully refreshing. … Continue reading

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Artists Who Changed My Life

I’m sure all artist types – be they brooding, tortured, or (like me) grouchy – have a few of these.  There are some artists whose work you don’t just admire or enjoy, but actually changed the way you view the … Continue reading

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A Convert on the Catholic Ethos

I was not raised in the faith.  Neither in the Western tradition nor in the Byzantine tradition which I now follow primarily.  Sometimes I thank God for this.  Considering the abysmal state of catechesis and religious education in the modern … Continue reading

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