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Jim Condit, Jr.

Jim Condit, Jr.

Current Events and History in the Light of Catholic Social Teachings – Part VI (Continued) – August 2016

August 17, 2016

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Gustavas Myers, 1910

“Both of the powerful political parties were under the domination of wealth; not, to be sure, openly so, but insidiously. Differences of issue there assuredly were, but these issues did not in any way affect the basic structure of society, or threaten the overthrow of any of the fundamental privileges held by the rich. The political campaigns…were, in actuality, sham battles…

The masses of the people were simply pawns in these political contests, yet few of them understood that all the excitement, partisan activity and enthusiasm into which they threw themselves, generally had no other significance than to enchain them still faster to a system whose beneficiaries were continuously getting more and more rights and privileges for themselves at the expense of the people, and whose wealth was consequently increasing by precipitate bounds.”

book of the month

The Kingship of Christ and The Conversion of the Jewish Nation

Fr. Denis Fahey


Pope Pius XII on Voting

“Each one must vote according to the dictates of his own conscience.  But every sincere Catholic is bound in conscience to vote for those candidates who offer sufficient guarantees for the upholding of the rights of God, of souls, and for promoting the true good of individuals, the family, and society.”


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Belloc meme


“Hope has two beautiful daughters:
their names are anger and courage.
Anger that things are the way they are.
Courage to make them
the way they ought to be.”
St Augustine

 “The strength, the glory, the happiness of a nation are all centered in the purity of its morals; and institutions founded upon imposture, are the worst of all corruptions, for they poison the public morals at their fountains, and by multiplying the accomplices in guilt, arm them with the confidence of virtue.”
John Quincy Adams


Fr. Joseph Casper Husslein (1873 – 1952) was a champion of Catholic Social Teachings and a promoter of Catholic Action.  According to Fr. Husslein, “Christ comes to Broadway, to the Stock Market, to the operating room, the lawyer’s office, the peace table, etc., only in the person of the layman.”  The layman must be conscious of his responsibility in terms of knowledge, inspiration, sanctity and social conscience.