This Thanksgiving, a Catholic sermon on money-lending: "usury of money is the death of the soul"
By Martin Hill
November 25, 2009

On the verge of the season of Advent, and celebrating Thanksgiving, I thought it would be appropriate to share part of a sermon from Pope St. Leo the Great, whose feast day was a few weeks ago,  November 10th.

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