Description: Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI lived and worked through most of 20th Century Europe’s major crises and developments – and there were a lot of them. Before and during his papacy he spoke of the crises facing the continent and the problems Christianity would face in Europe as the culture became modernized. Sam Gregg joins us.
Sam Gregg is Director of research at the Acton Institute and the author of several books including “The Commercial Society” and “The Modern Papacy.”
Description: Global capitalism and globalization have been praised or criticized in many areas, including politics, social concerns, economics, and culture. There are claims from both sides of the political spectrum that capitalism increases consumerism and lowers cultural standards. We’ll talk it over with Michael Matheson Miller.
Michael Matheson Miller
Michael Miller is a research fellow at Acton Institute and the producer of Poverty, Inc. He is the director and host of the PovertyCure DVD series. He is the former director of PovertyCure, which promotes entrepreneurial solutions to poverty in the developing world. He previously served for three years at Ave Maria College of the Americas in Nicaragua.
Description: The Alt-Right has brought an unsettling new approach to Western politics. Fr. Ben Johnson helps us understand its views on ethnicity, religion, and economics and offers a Christian evaluation, with a particular emphasis on the Church Fathers.
Fr. Ben Johnson
Fr Ben Johnson is senior editor at Acton Institute