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Fr. Z explained that document best:

other than that, you will see a lot of Catholic leaders supportive of things that are contrary to liberty, but I generally see them the same way I see well-intentioned democrats, they are sincerely trying to help and unfortunately are thereby supporting unjust systems. as Catholics we need to let the principles of subsidarity and solidarity guide how we'd like to see society work, and our distinction as Catholics in the Liberty Movement from those well-intentioned things that may come out of the Vatican or from Bishops or priests or fellow laymen trying to apply solidarity from time to time is that we apply the non-agression principle to how we'd like to see solidarity and subsidarity work. there's a lot of value in the social encyclicals of the Church for anyone willing to go beyond just the fight against tyranny and really envision the type charitable world we'd like to live in, they obviously have a perspective tainted by statism, but through a prism of voluntarism the social doctrines of the Church are very valuable.

Tom Woods is probably the strongest Catholic voice in the Liberty movement, I'm not sure how much he puts out relating to religion specifically these days but I'm sure he's got a thing or two to say that would be helpful as well.