The Heretical Roots of Libertarianism

These two articles are from the January 2005 edition of the Angelus magazine, published by the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX).

The first, by Christopher Ferrara, speaks about the "Austrian School" of Capitalism, and how it is heretical according to Traditional Catholic Social Teaching.

The second is by Dr. Peter Chojnowski, and is on the medieval Spanish School of Salamanca, and its influence on market economics in history.

Please enjoy and comment. Thank you.


Anonymous,  Wednesday, June 1, 2005 at 11:11:00 AM CDT  

You are aware, aren't you, of Mr. Ferrara's schismatic associatons and activities? Or is there more than one "Christopher A. Ferrara" who writes on Catholic issues?

Not being a distributist, it's nothing to me. I just thought you'd like to bolster your movement's credibility by refraining from promoting schismatics.

Roy F. Moore Wednesday, June 8, 2005 at 7:50:00 PM CDT  

Do you have any verifiable evidence that Mr. Ferrara is a "schismatic"? Assertions must be backed up by evidence.

Also, what do you mean by "schismatic"? Mr. Ferrara is not a member of either the Eastern Orthodox or the "Old Catholic" sect. And both of these are in schism from Rome.

In his writings, he has never denied either Papal primacy or Papal jurisdiction, two things which the "Old Catholics" and the Eastern Orthodox do and, hence, are hallmarks of schism.

And he is not a sede vacantist, like the groups SSPV and CMRI.

So how is he a "schismatic"?

Thank you for your time.

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Chris Campbell Wednesday, February 18, 2009 at 7:41:00 AM CST  

These links no longer working and search engince comes up "no results" Anyone have the articles? I am posting a lot of news from this site at Fisheaters and would like to have it.....please email me articles at (no spam please)

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