Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Liberty and the Pope

I find it astonishing that Michael Novak says that "the new pope's first concern is liberty, in all its facets," when the Catholic Church is one of the most illiberal institutions in the world (and here I mean, opposed to liberalism as a philosophy, including "classical" liberalism, not being opposed to left-liberalism). The orthodox Catholic conception of liberty (you are most free when you submit to God's law) is something I want nothing to do with.

(Novak doesn't use that specific phrase in his op-ed - it's the tagline on the "Op-Eds" page - but it does sum up the argument he makes about liberty and the Pope.)


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