Friday, May 25, 2012

"Defending the Free Market: the Moral Case for a Free Economy"

My new book has been released. You may purchase your copy at Amazon and book sellers everywhere. Here are a few kind words from others:

“I’ve been eagerly anticipating such a book from Father Sirico for a long time. The man has delivered magnificently. Defending the Free Market does more than the title suggests. It celebrates the miracle of freedom and points a lost generation back to the free and virtuous society.”
Lawrence Kudlow, anchor of CNBC’s The Kudlow Report

“Father Robert Sirico is a voice who must be heard. Defending the Free Market provides a solidly Christian perspective on capitalism and free markets—and makes the compelling case that we cannot possibly understand economics and how markets function without understanding the true nature of man.”
Chuck Colson, founder of Prison Fellowship® and the Colson Center for Christian Worldview

"I've been doing financial counseling and education for over two decades, and one thing that has always stood out to me is how much money is connected to every part of our lives, from relationships to politics to ministry. Money is never just about money; it's always just part of the issue. That's why I appreciate Father Robert Sirico's ministry. Sure, he talks about money, but he also shows how all of these different aspects of our lives interact with and impact each other."
Dave Ramsey, New York Times best-selling author and nationally syndicated radio show host

1 comment:

  1. I have not read Father Sirico Free Market book but plan do it as soon as I can. I wonder what Father Sirico's definition of the Free Market is and if we really ever experienced it. In our times, free trade and the global economy came and smashed the free enterprise system. I was raised in a small family business and had several business ventures of my own with my main experience being in the computer field as a trouble shooter supplier for major corporations including some in China. I witnessed thousands of computer business go down the drain in just a tri-state area. Free trade and globalization are the major cause behind our economic crisis with the money changers supporting whatever comes down the road. Our economies based on making money on money instead of making things are burning out. Free trade is not trade as historically practiced and defined. It is mainly about moving production from place to place for the sake of cheaper labor. A new working poor class has been created at the expense of a vast middle class. Search under The Sacrilege, Wal-mart built in the grave yard of the steel industry. See story and artwork at See also
    At I explore the latent response of religion and philosophy to the global economic arena. Search under Tapart News,, Ray Tapajna sites, tapsearcher and/or arklineart for thousands of resources. See also


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