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Merchants of Doubt Exposes the Bull

Refusing to believe something doesn’t make it untrue In last week’s Atlantic article, Farmland Without Farmers, Wendell Berry describes how industrial agriculture has replaced men with machines, depriving the American landscape of its stewards and the culture they built. He … Continue reading

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The Ethics of Eating: Why Eating is a Moral Act – 2013 Catholic Media Conference Presentation

Eating is a moral act because it is a human act, and human acts can be morally evaluated. As we produce less of our own food in our communities, we have become disconnected from our food supply – a food … Continue reading

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