The Social Doctrine of the Church Today

This month's issue of "The Angelus" dives into the a long-standing teaching of the Church - that we must live in this world but not of it

"Our Lord, who suffered hunger and cold, is aware of even our smallest needs. In His mercy, He wanted us to go through life as exiles in this vale of tears, so as to long for the other life “where neither rust nor moth consume, and where thieves do not break through nor steal” (Mt. 6:20). There is something deeply human and refreshing at throwing a well earned dollar in the beggar’s hat for the sake of Christ who told us that there will always be poor in this world. "



  • Traditional Catholic Businessmen
  • Spiritual Poverty
  • Christ the King of the Economy
  • Mammon Said…. 
  • Pope Sarto’s Éminence Grise 
  • The Archbishop and Money
  • Father of the Poor 
  • Music and Catharsis 
  • Rediscovering the Obvious 
  • John Shakespeare
  • Character Formation
  • Questions and Answers 
  • Church and World
  • Chapter 8 of Amoris Laetitia 
  • The Synod
  • The Last Word 

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