...he defends the only sort of war I thoroughly despise, the bullying of small states for their oil or gold; and he despises the only sort of war that I really defend, a war of civilisations and religions, to determine the moral destiny of mankind. more »
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- Current Backmatter for Penny Justice
- Distributism Defined
- Reprint Information
- Pius XII: Avoiding the Twin Rocks of Shipwreck
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- Let's Print Our Own Money
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- If Cars Ran on Grass (part 1)
- Building Catholic Communities: New Lecture Series
- Greening the Desert
The atmospheric ugliness that surrounds our scientific war is an emanation from that evil panic which is at the heart of it. more »
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Penny Justice is a free bimonthly ezine featuring thoughts, news, resources, and concrete ideas on how to live justice right now, one penny and one moment at a time.
Life is made of pennies. We think in terms of dollars: thousands of dollars, millions, billions, trillions. You might not even pick a penny off the ground. But the most gigantic corporation would wither and die without pennies. And for many a man, woman, and child, a few hundred pennies is the work of a day.
We don't control great fortunes, but we do control our pennies. We don't control our years, but we do control this moment. Billionare or beggar, we live one instant at a time.