Maybe it is true… “the more things change, the more they stay the same”! But the Gospel continues to challenge us.
Catholic social teaching and doctrine
If civic dialogue about the needs of the poor and marginalized is going to move forward, Virtues can point the way.
Of course, the districts of Saint-Jacques and of Jardin-des-Plantes do not always give the spectacle of the same...
The US Bishops are drawing the connection between Labor Day and Laudato Si. Families have been receiving a lot of attention recently. In his encyclical, Laudato Si', Pope Francis teaches that of all the groups that play a role in the welfare of society and help ensure...
The leaders of the USCCB-CCUSA write a letter to Congress regarding Fair And Just Wages July 28, 2015 Dear Representative/Senator: On behalf of the Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and Catholic...
Carol Keehan will be honored as one who has demonstrated a significant commitment to leadership for social justice grounded in the spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola,
How a Vincentian University molds social consciousness in the words ofa senior at St. John’s University (and she names names in the article )
In these challenging times, is it still possible—even in the face of serious threats—for a people and a nation to defend and conduct themselves in ways that consistently demonstrate respect for human dignity, and that put the Gospel into practice?
The “church’s best kept secret”… still is. But more and more people ware waking up to depth of Catholic Social Teaching. VinFormation is offering a daily dose via its Advent Calendar.
When I saw the following quote on an Irish Catholic website I thought so much for the dangers of associating with Catholic intellectuals and Nuns.
In “Pioneer and Prophet: Frédéric Ozanam’s Influence on Modern Catholic Social Theory” Dr. Thomas O’Brien writes “…this article is going to focus on two facets of Ozanam’s thought that will either directly influence, or indirectly prefigure seismic shifts in the way the Catholic Church thinks about itself and the social, political, and economic worlds it inhabits….
St. John’s Bread and Life is used as an example of Catholic Social Teaching in action. The 7 minute YouTube video shows how the program fleshes out Catholic social teaching.