The call from the Church for nuclear disarmament is certainly solid. However, it is equally clear that this is not to be unilateral disarmament.
I say that on the Solemnity of Christ the King every year, we get together with friends and family, roast something meaty and grand, and read what the Church has to say about the common good, the universal destination of goods, subsidiarity, participation and solidarity.
There is a story that I heard a couple of days ago that I find just so thrillingly wonderful I …
And I will always remember that when a good man like him passes away a different sort of miracle makes itself present.
The following is one of the best explanations of a central principle of the social doctrine I’ve ever read. The principle is the Universal Destination of Goods.
All of that said, while I think I can and ought to agree with the PCJP concerning the one world authority thing, I’m not really sure why it was that they felt it necessary to repeat this point. They only managed to confuse the American Catholic in the pew who hears – yet again – that the Vatican wants a one world order.
St. Martin de Porres should also remind us of the same stuff that St. Thérèse of Lisieux does, which is that love is best lived when we are smallest.