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    1. Rob Sisson Says:

      First, Rush Limbaugh is an entertainer, not a journalist. Second, facts have never gotten in the way of Rush’ schtick.

      The Holy Father is not calling for communism or radical socialism. He’s calling for us to leverage the inherent good of capitalism to help our brothers and sisters. In a world where cold, objective measurements dictate success or failure in business, those who control capital are incentivized to hoard wealth and squeeze every fraction of a cent out of the business model. If, as law states, corporations are persons, then perhaps corporations need evangelizing to balance the long term sustainability of the business and its jobs, with using their expertise and resources to lift more people out of poverty. I think the “endorsement” of the Robin Hood Tax by the Vatican that was floating around last week was pure fiction.

      Of course, even people who make 100x what my family earns probably struggle with the same questions and judgments. How much do I need to save for my children’s college education? How much do I need to save for retirement income and healthcare? How much should I save to help my own children get a head start in life? When should I start giving my money away and to whom should I give it? Should I steward the money to build up the largest corpus possible, then donate it after my death? In may European countries, with a social safety net that guarantees retirement income and healthcare, some of these questions become moot points. (Of course, you would have less discretionary income in your pocket because you have to pay higher taxes to make the safety net work).

    2. Rob Sisson Says:

      This is from an article about Russell Kirk: Conservatives are persuaded that freedom and property are closely linked. Separate property from private possession, and Leviathan becomes master of all. Upon the foundation of private property, great civilizations are built. The more widespread is the possession of private property, the more stable and productive is a commonwealth. Economic leveling, conservatives maintain, is not economic progress. Getting and spending are not the chief aims of human existence; but a sound economic basis for the person, the family, and the commonwealth is much to be desired.

      I think this includes several points the Holy Father tried to make in Evangelii Gaudium…and perhaps he did focus indirectly on a view that our global economy has concentrated private property in the hands of few, and makes the possibility of spreading private property ownership difficult or impossible.

    3. Rob Sisson Says:

      One more thought from Kirk:

      Knowing human nature for a mixture of good and evil, the conservative does not put his trust in mere benevolence. Constitutional restrictions, political checks and balances, adequate enforcement of the laws, the old intricate web of restraints upon will and appetite—these the conservative approves as instruments of freedom and order.

    4. Rob Sisson Says:

      Joseph Cardinal Haas shared this today: http://www.ucatholic.com/news/the-pope-and-rush-limbaugh/

    5. Greg Luce Says:

      I prayed as I read Francis’ apostolic exhortation because I was saddened and disturbed by what he had written. Can Pope Francis really be this naive? Here is another review you might enjoy.
      http://www.barnhardt.biz/2013/11/28/unpacking-the-latest-hot-mess-from-pope-francis/

    6. Eric Says:

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