The pandemic has made us more aware of the spread within our societies of a false, individualistic way of thinking, one that rejects human dignity and relationships, views persons as consumer goods and creates a “throw away” culture (cf. Evangelii Gaudium, 53).General Audience of 12 August 2020 | Francis
Trump may not be a trained economist, but when it comes to how to create growth, this real estate titan has uncanny instincts.The Fed concedes that Trump was right all along | Fox Business
It’s unclear to what extent such trainings exist, or if, as the memo purports, they instruct participants that “virtually all White people contribute to racism.” But, like Trump’s threat this week to yank federal funding from cities in blue states that he says are permitting unrest in the streets, Friday’s memo provides another talking point for his reelection campaign as it seeks to highlight culture war issues.Trump bars ‘propaganda’ training sessions on race in latest overture to his base – CNNPolitics
am i voting for someone who shouts, “it’s the economy, stupid!”, or someone who acts like “it’s the DIVINE ECONOMY, friend!”?
What do you possess that you have not received?
But if you have received it,
why are you boasting as if you did not receive it?
You are already satisfied; you have already grown rich;1 COR 4:7b-8a
R. The Lord is near to all who call upon him.
He fulfills the desire of those who fear him,
he hears their cry and saves them.PS 145:18-19
Then he said to them, “The Son of Man is lord of the sabbath.”LK 6:5