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Interview 018 – Chris Ferrara discusses Laudato Si

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pope_francis_eco-friendlyToday we are joined by Chris Ferrara, the president of the Catholic Lawyers Association, a well known Columnist for the Remnant, the author of The Great Façade, The Church and the Libertarian, and his magnum opus: Liberty: The God that Failed. Chris today, comments on where Francis appears to be taking us with Laudato Si. Should we cheer the anti-globalist sentiments and the condemnation of Malthusian approaches? Should we celebrate the few scant references to abortion? Or are there foundational problems with the language in the encyclical that we should be weary of? Should Distributists harken to the condemnations of globalism and abuse of resources? Or is there a radical departure from the tradition of Catholic thought which we should be worried about? Join us for an in depth conversation on the document.

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Interview with the Corbett Report on Distributism

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On 8 May I appeared on the Corbett Report to talk with the editor, James Corbett, about Distributism. Although it was a good interview, I kicked myself afterwards for not having added certain things. If you haven’t looked at his work before, I can’t say loudly enough that you should, even if you don’t agree with him on everything. His interviews alone, not to mention his hours of video and enlightened podcasts are worth their weight in gold. He is perhaps the best independent journalist out there.