Self-Managing Socialism: Zappos Style






There have been many attempts to apply socialism to the modern workplace. One of these was the program of former president of France François Mitterrand who sought to implement what he called self-managing socialism in 1981. Like all such schemes, … Continue reading

“Liberty, Equality, Homosexuality?”






The French Revolution of 1789 was based on the ideological philosophy of the Enlightenment summarized in the famous trilogy, “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity.” By imposing full equality on society, the advocates of this philosophy sought to bring about complete freedom and … Continue reading

The Problem of the Four Brothers






ONE of the themes of the Brotherhood Campaign [the Brazilian Bishops’ annual charity drive] invited all Brazilians to reflect upon the maxim: “We are all brothers, we are all equal.” To such reflections, I dedicate my words of today which, … Continue reading

What the Popes Have to Say About Socialism






Anyone who examines the ideology of socialism will see the contrast between the socialist doctrine and the doctrine of the Church.All the same, it is not out of place to review the condemnation of the popes starting with Pius IX … Continue reading

Plato At The Union






The mediocre man has some notions about many things. By this, I mean he has vague and fluctuating notions which demand no effort to acquire or preserve. Whenever he wants to express his notions, he thinks he attains utter fulfillment … Continue reading

Notre Charge Apostolique






Notre Charge Apostolique Our Apostolic Mandate Apostolic Letter of Pope Saint Pius X to the French Episcopate condemning Le Sillon directed by Marc Sangnier Our Apostolic Mandate requires from Us that We watch over the purity of the Faith and … Continue reading