Religious Liberty

Why Catholic social teaching falls on deaf ears

By Kishore Jayabalan ● Acton Institute ● 01/10/2018

The early Church was persecuted but grew through the examples of the saints and martyrs, many of whom did not set out to change society but eventually did through their holiness. Maybe political success is similar to peace and joy, a by-product of first seeking the kingdom of God and His righteousness, rather than something to be sought for its own sake.

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