The following works have been selected because they share the common theme of addressing Catholic political thought within the longstanding tradition of the Catholic Church. The works address what Spinoza entitled the theologico-political problem.
"Catholics should not judge nor live their Catholic lives according to modernity, but should judge and live within modernity according to Catholicism."
Is Democracy the Only Acceptable Government? Is Political Authority Natural? Can a Catholic Break an Unjust Law? The Catechism of the Catholic Church addresses these questions and more.