• ECONOMY

    Socialism’s erroneous solution to the pandemic

    Before the unexpected COVID-19 phenomenon, the global economy was already very fragile due to the hyper-activity of central banks, skyrocketing public debt and because of boom (illusory) and bust (real) economic cycles. In the wake of the pandemic, these worrisome trends have led nations to enact a sort of “wartime socialism” to resolve the economic crisis. Yet is it the only solution?

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    • LENTENOMICS/4

    Hope: in ourselves and in our exchanges with others and God

    Hope is the most ethereal of all virtues. Few of us understand it well. But the virtue of hope has positive ramifications on a free, trusting and cooperative human economy.  

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    • LENTENOMICS/3

    Temperance and Prudence: self-regulating people and the economy

    Temperance and prudence serve not only to self-regulate our passions, but also to self-regulate economies for production, just distribution and fair pricing. Together the two cardinal virtues help us grow spiritually and seek higher goods, but they do not totally reject bodily pleasures. In fact they help avoid economic blacklisting of pleasurable goods.

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    • LENTENOMICS/2

    Service: love for our God and clients

    Service, in the broad sense, has a supremely essential role within the economy, and not just in the so-called service industries.”  The virtue of service -  relationally, intellectually and theologically -  transforms economies for transactional to intelligently loving exchange economies.

    • LENTENOMICS 

    Economic and spiritual profit go hand in hand

    Faith and economy are more interrelated than it seems. Lent can teach us many fundamental economic notions. Today we begin to examine this "Lentonomics" starting from the subject of "sacrifice" whilst considering its implications for our daily economic choices.

      
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