The Catholic Church has lived under and survived many forms of totalitarianism. Now, however, the Church faces a new, more subtle problem: what Benedict XVI calls “the dictatorship of relativism.” What does this mean? How does it manifest itself? How can Catholics address this new form of oppression? BIO:  Dr. Samuel Gregg is Research Director at the Acton Institute. He has written and spoken extensively on subjects ranging from political economy, natural law theory, to the Catholic Church. He has a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Oxford. He is the author of many books, including Morality, Law, and Public Policy (2000), On Ordered Liberty (2003), his prize-winning The Commercial Society (2007), The Modern Papacy (2009), and Wilhelm Röpke’s Political Economy (2010) as well as monographs such as A Theory of Corruption (2004), and Banking, Justice, and the Common Good (2005). He has also co-edited books such as Christian Theology and Market Economics (2008), Profit, Prudence and Virtue: Essays in Ethics, Business and Management (2009), and Natural Law, Economics and the Common Good (2012).