Francis’ unorthodoxy shouldn’t have been surprising. He’s a dyed-in-the-wool Jesuit who came of age in the post-Vatican II world.
The Pope is right that inequality can be socially toxic. But is all inequality problematic? Is it like cholesterol, with good and bad types?
Francis’ passion for human dignity is essential in forcing us to face the higher challenge. One wishes he would take on the similar challenges of the welfare state.
If we, in The City of Man, took the Pope’s advice on economic issues, we’d end up with millions more living in poverty.
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