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Arktos author Richard Storey returns to Interregnum to talk about Catholicism on the Right, discussing some of the pressing questions facing the Church today: Do Christianity and Catholicism promote egalitarianism, socialism and universalism? Is Catholicism an ethnic departure from European tradition? And what is the relationship between the Church, the Enlightenment, and Modernity more generally?

Richard’s articles can be found here.

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Jason West
Jason West
4 years ago

I once read a piece by a Greek Orthodox priest who in essence made the same point.He demonstrated this by pointing out the Church itself believes in hierarchy and is organised along hierarchical lines.He made the point in a spiritual sense man may be equal at least in this world but that is where any form of equality ends.

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