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Papal Economics 101

Fr. Robert Sirico, president of the Acton Institute, discusses the basics of the economic thought of John Paul II.

For an article that emphasizes the heavy anti-modernism of the late Holy Father, check out this article from www.chiesa.

Both of these accounts are hardly the definitive commentary on John Paul II's political and economic outlooks, but are certainly important launchpads for the conversation. This is just the beginning of what will be a lengthy debate in years to come. And unfortunately, he is no longer around to ask.

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