A group of young politically-minded Catholics have set out to reform the nation with a combination of traditionalist faith and socialist politics. Here's their "Tradinista" manifesto.
I wish them well. I really do, although in my opinion the socialist direction is the wrong way to go. I think that sort of movement would only further empower very destructive forces. But I'm touched by their hopefulness.
I also think they will be disappointed. No political movement is going to reverse deep cultural rot.
Even more fundamentally, the whole project of designing a Cathoic political system and attempting to push it on a non-Christian society is one in which I have lost what little interest I ever had. If people want to spend their time on that, fine--thinking about that stuff is important. But I don't. For me it falls between two stools: on the one hand, immediately pressing problems, like the anti-Christian moves of our national government; on the other, the fundamental big questions. I'd rather argue with atheism than socialism or capitalism.