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This is a revolutionary time to be Catholic. Those who are not in America can assist the conference in a variety of ways. The website has full details.

If -- better yet -- when the collapse comes, are you going to have the fundamentals of building the society God wants?  Do you know how to implement His "Divine Plan for Order in the World?"  Unless you already know all the details of His plan, this conference is for you.  His Church, through Popes Leo XIII, Pius IX, St. Pius X, Pius XI and XI, have written the guidelines.  Unless you have the tools to build God's plan in your community or in the nation at your fingertips ...you need this conference.  Don't miss it.  Register today!

REBUILDING CHRISTENDOM I

Three-day Conference

August 24-26 ~ Washington, D.C.

Washington Dulles Marriott Airport Hotel

Ten independent scholars,
writers, and students of social Catholicism gather to discuss
the history, theory, and application of
Catholic political, economic, financial, and social principles.

All meals, 14 speeches only $200.00

www.rebuildingchristendom.com


The IHS Press Group cordially invites you to the first conference in the Rebuilding Christendom™ series. This packed,
three-day event is an inaugural gathering of Catholics and others of good will consecrated exclusively to genuine Catholic Social
Doctrine. Intended to be a fearless proclamation of “the politics of Jesus Christ,” Rebuilding Christendom I will feature
today’s leading independent scholars, veteran writers, and students of social Catholicism, addressing the history, theory, and
practical application to contemporary society of Catholic political, economic, financial and social principles

Conference Aims:
1) Defend the Genuine
“Common Good:
Catholic Truth has
political and social claims.
2) Replace the False Dialectic:
It’s about “right vs. wrong”
not “right vs. left.”
3) Build a Coalition:
We differ on “What’s wrong
with the Church,” but we
agree on “What’s wrong with
the World.”
4) Restore Personal Economic
Liberty:
Widely diffused, privately
owned, productive property
is the alternative to the Servile
State.
5) Define and Maintain Limits:
Political authority must serve
man’s Last End, not merely
tyrannize over him.

http://thoughtactioneire.blogspot.mx/201...dom-i.html
(07-18-2012, 12:38 AM)GottmitunsAlex Wrote: [ -> ]Conference Aims:
1) Defend the Genuine
“Common Good:
Catholic Truth has
political and social claims.
2) Replace the False Dialectic:
It’s about “right vs. wrong”
not “right vs. left.”
3) Build a Coalition:
We differ on “What’s wrong
with the Church,” but we
agree on “What’s wrong with
the World.”
4) Restore Personal Economic
Liberty:
Widely diffused, privately
owned, productive property
is the alternative to the Servile
State.
5) Define and Maintain Limits:
Political authority must serve
man’s Last End, not merely
tyrannize over him.

http://thoughtactioneire.blogspot.mx/201...dom-i.html


Where is the Catholic part of this conference?
(07-18-2012, 08:48 PM)LaramieHirsch Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-18-2012, 12:38 AM)GottmitunsAlex Wrote: [ -> ]Conference Aims:
1) Defend the Genuine
“Common Good:
Catholic Truth has
political and social claims.
2) Replace the False Dialectic:
It’s about “right vs. wrong”
not “right vs. left.”
3) Build a Coalition:
We differ on “What’s wrong
with the Church,” but we
agree on “What’s wrong with
the World.”
4) Restore Personal Economic
Liberty:
Widely diffused, privately
owned, productive property
is the alternative to the Servile
State.
5) Define and Maintain Limits:
Political authority must serve
man’s Last End, not merely
tyrannize over him.

http://thoughtactioneire.blogspot.mx/201...dom-i.html


Where is the Catholic part of this conference?

I would think that "Catholic truth has social and political claims" is Catholic. As well as "it's about right vs. wrong, not left vs. right." In addition to "political authority must serve man's Last End.
Yes, but I can hear all that kind of talk on AM radio.  There's nothing really that distinguishes what I've read so farm from Glenn Beck.