Articles for Meghan Clark

There Is No Convincing Argument—Moral Or Political—Against Food Stamps

One of the victims of President Trump’s budget proposal is the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, commonly referred to as food stamps. Since 2012, I have been writing to defend SNAP in response to attempts by Republican lawmakers to weaken the program. House...

“Pacem in Terris” 50 years later (CNS)

Catholic News Service looks at how "Pacem in Terris" holds up 50 years after the Cold War-inspired papal encyclical on peace was written by Blessed John XXIII. Meghan Clark, Professor Moral Theology at St. John's University  joins Cardinal Turkson and  Maryann...

An option that is not an option

http://catholicmoraltheology.com/an-option-thats-not-optional-the-preferential-option-for-the-poor/ An Option that’s not Optional: The Preferential Option for the Poor BY: MEGHAN CLARK Over the last month, as talk has returned to budgets and sequesters, deficits and...

Vincent’s Recipe for Solidarity, Justice and Organization

" The  heart of practicing  the Christian virtue of charity  lies in  its intimate and  necessary  relationship   to both  justice and  organization. A relationship exemplified  in the example  of St. Vincent  de Paul and  the communities he inspired.  In Vincent, we...

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