muhs acton club


Our membership is primarily composed of high school students searching for truth in religion and politics. Unlike our friends in other groups, we do not aspire to change the world. We aren’t interested in ‘making a difference’. Other clubs already exist for this purpose.

Acton Club hopes to offer better understanding of principles and their application. Our quest brings us to read, contemplate, and discuss.

Religion, economics, politics, and society fall within our focus. While our group is correctly identified as mainly conservative, we welcome anyone of any political or religious belief with an open mind.

Club members attend lectures, such as the Pallium Lecture series hosted by the Archdiocese. Also, we are honored to have guest speakers at our meetings.

Pizza has become a traditional meal after our meeting-proper. Currently, our favorite place is Barbierre’s.

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