We are in a time of profound cultural convulsion. There are deep concerns about the nature of justice and politics. But what makes for a just social order? The fundamental understanding of “unalienable” and God-given human rights. When we take belief in God out of that equation, the foundation of our liberal democracy gives way.
Bishop Barron on God, Equality, and the Founding of America
by Bishop Robert BarronJuly 9, 2020
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