While the Church’s social teachings have always been implicit in the Magisterium, it was not until the early nineteenth century that they developed into a specific discipline. This was in response to the rise of the “New Things”—rerum novarum — in the wake of the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars. Newly revived heresies offered a different vision and versions of Church, State, and …More
While the Church’s social teachings have always been implicit in the Magisterium, it was not until the early nineteenth century that they developed into a specific discipline. This was in response to the rise of the “New Things”—rerum novarum — in the wake of the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars. Newly revived heresies offered a different vision and versions of Church, State, and Family to replace what some considered outdated concepts of God and man.

It’s Time for a Greater Reset

Discussion of Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum’s “Great Reset” usually centers on convincing people who are already convinced that it’s either the only way to …