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Catholic social thought : American reflections on the Compendium /

Other Authors: Sullins, Donald Paul, 1953-, Blasi, Anthony J.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: Lanham : Lexington Books, 2009
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Anthony J. Blasi and D. Paul Sullins
  • Principles of Catholic social thought
  • The gift and mission of love : the theological dimension of Catholic social teaching (reflections on Compendium chapter 1) / Kevin E. Miller
  • The social theory of Catholic social teaching (reflections on Compendium chapter 2) / D. Paul Sullins
  • Criteria for a just society
  • The intellectual method of the Compendium as illustrated in its treatment of the family (reflections on Compendium chapters 2 and 5) / Anthony J. Blasi and James A. Montmarquet
  • The subjective dimension of work (reflections on Compendium chapter 6) / John Larrivee
  • Economic life in Catholic social thought and economic theory (reflections on Compendium chapter 7) / Charles M.A. Clark
  • Serving the person through the political community (reflections on Compendium chapter 8) / Michael L. Coulter
  • Toward a caring international community (reflections on Compendium chapter 9) / J.F.X. Paiva
  • An invitation to inclusive environmental reflection (reflections on Compendium chapter 10) / Stephen Scharper and Andrew J. Weigert
  • The promotion of peace in the Compendium (reflections on Compendium chapter 11) / Carroll J. Bourg
  • Woman and the Catholic social tradition / Deborah Savage
  • Implications
  • Concrete applications to U.S. research and action / Anthony J. Blasi.