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The Great Works at the Acton Institute Open House

Thursday, November 4, 4pm - 8pm


Between Catholics and Protestants, the list of common beliefs, values, and practices is much longer and more substantive than the differences. (Assuming, of course, they are not heretics to their own traditions.) Why, then, has our alliance been so weak in stemming the tide of public secularization, immoralism, and decadence?

In this episode, we bring you a lecture that was delivered as part of Acton University 2018, featuring Peter Kreeft speaking on the commonalities enjoyed by Catholics and Protestants.

The Official Peter Kreeft Site

Think locally, act locally | Acton Commentary 

Abraham Kuyper | Religion & Liberty

Subsidiarity and Sphere Sovereignty: Christian Reflections on the Size, Shape and Scope of Government 

The Principle of Subsidiarity | Religion & Liberty 

What is Subsidiarity? | Acton Power Blog

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