TONIGHT: Is Christianity compatible with libertarianism?
EVENT SPONSORED BY BOB COSTELLO
Is Christianity compatible with libertarianism? Is it alright to be Christian and advocate for a free market economy? What is “social justice,” and does it demand a particular economic and political form?
Fr. C.J. McCloskey and Mr. Tom Pauken will be answering those questions and more on May 25th. Fr. McCloskey is a priest of the Prelature of Opus Dei and is Research Fellow of the Faith and Reason Institute in Washington, D.C. He has guided into the Church such luminaries as Dr. Bernard Nathanson, Lawrence Kudlow, Robert Novak, Judge Robert Bork, and Senator Sam Brownback.
A member of the Reagan Administration, Tom Pauken is the former chairman of the Texas Republican Party and currently serves as chairman of the Texas Workforce Commission. Pauken is the author of a new book entitled ‘Bringing America Home: How America Lost Her Way and How We Can Find Our Way Back.’
Where: VENUE CHANGED to Ontourage, 157 W Ontario St., Chicago
When: Wednesday, May 25th, 6-8 PM (program begins at 7 PM)
RSVP: email@example.com or on our Facebook event page
Price: $10 per person (includes one drink ticket, payable at the door). Members get free admission.
Books will be on sale before and after the event–cash and checks only, please.
Things are shaping up for a thought-provoking discussion next Wednesday evening!
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