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Modern Catholic social teaching : commentaries and interpretations /

Other Authors: Himes, Kenneth R., 1950-, Cahill, Lisa Sowle.
Format: Book
Published: Washington, D.C. : Georgetown University Press, c2005.
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Table of Contents:
  • The Bible and Catholic social teaching : will this engagement lead to marriage? / John R. Donahue
  • Natural law in Catholic social teachings / Stephen J. Pope
  • The ecclesiological foundations of modern Catholic social teaching / Richard R. Gaillardetz
  • Early modern Roman Catholic social thought, 1740-1890 / Michael J. Schuck
  • Commentary on Rerum novarum (The condition of labor) / Thomas A. Shannon
  • Commentary on Quadragesimo anno (After forty years) / Christine Firer Hinze
  • The Christmas messages of Pius XII (1939-1945) : Catholic social teaching in a time of extreme crisis / John P. Langan
  • Commentary on Mater et magistra (Christianity and social progress) / Marvin L. Mich
  • Commentary on Pacem in terris (Peace on earth) / Drew Christiansen
  • Commentary on Dignitatis humanae (Declaration on religious freedom) / Leslie Griffin
  • Commentary on Gaudium et spes (Pastoral constitution on the church in the modern world) / David Hollenbach
  • Commentary on Populorum progressio (On the development of peoples) / Allan Figueroa Deck
  • Commentary on Octogesima adveniens (A call to action on the eightieth anniversary of Rerum novarum) / Christine E. Gudorf
  • Commentary on Justitia in mundo (Justice in the world) / Kenneth R. Himes
  • Commentary on Familiaris consortio (Apostolic exhortation on the family) / Lisa Sowle Cahill
  • Commentary on Laborem exercens (On human work) / Patricia A. Lamoureux
  • Commentary on Sollicitudo rei socialis (On social concern) / Charles E. Curran, Kenneth R. Himes, Thomas A. Shannon
  • Commentary on Centesimus annus (On the hundredth anniversary of Rerum novarum) / Daniel Finn
  • The reception of Catholic social and economic teaching in the United States / Charles E. Curran
  • The reception of Catholic approaches to peace and war in the United States / Todd D. Whitmore
  • The future of Catholic social thought / John A. Coleman.