this talk is titled “oikonomia and the ordinary” and basically, I want to reflect on the economy of ordinariness and the economy in a very big, very classical sense. How all things are held together and how we think about that amidst our ordinary lives. Three quick points and then I will provide a more central thesis. I want to talk with “The Angelus” in mind, to the unique value of the work of the home, the language of the work of the home, and rhythms of the work of the home.
Oikonomia and Ordinary Life | The Washington Institute