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Abell, Aaron Ignatius, 1903-1965.
American Catholic thought on social questions.
Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill [1968]
(OCoLC)589227046
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aaron Ignatius Abell
OCLC Number: 648644
Description: lv, 571 pages 21 cm.
Contents: Liberty and enlightenment not obstacles to Catholic growth/ Archbishop John Hughes, 1856 --
Catholics and America's providential mission / Orestes A. Brownson, 1856 --
The threat of Americanization of the immigrant/ Anton H. Walburg, 1889 --
The danger of "socialistic Communism"/ George Dering Wolff, 1878 --
A Christian Communist's quest for the "Eden of labor"/ T. Wharton Collens, 1870 --
Against sectarian partisanship in public institutions/ Levi Silliman Ives, 1857 --
New tasks in Catholic charity/ The Paulist viewpoint, 1868 --
Moral guidelines and support for Catholic societies/ Pastoral letter from Third Plenary Council of Baltimore, 1884 --
Frontier colonization to solve urban evils/ Bishop John Lancaster Spalding, 1880 --
The stake of the Catholic Church in the labor movement/ James Cardinal Gibbons, 1916 --
An insurgent priest's defense of common property in land/ Edward McGlynn, 1887 --
The Society of St Vincent de Paul in the charity organization movement/ Thomas M. Mulry, 1898 --
For social reform and Americanization/ Baltimore Catholic Congress, 1889 --
A Catholic version of the gospel of wealth/ Peter L. Foy, 1889 --
A conservative view of the church's social mission/ Conde B. Pallen, 1890 --
Grievances redressed by Federation of Catholic Societies/ Bishop James A. McFaul, 1904 --
The "living wage" philosophy/ John A, Ryan, 1902 --
A "labor" priest's plea for social reform/ Peter E. Dietz, 1909 --
Social science a part of theological study/ William J. Kerby, 1900 --
The need for trained social workers/ Charles Patrick Neill, 1914 --
The tension between volunteers and professionals in Catholic charities/ Henry Sommerville, 1917 --
A program for Catholic childcaring homes/ The Sisters' Conference, 1923 --
Diocesan organization in charity/ Monsignor Robert F. Keegan, 1932 --
The bishop's program of social reconstruction from Pronouncement, 1920 --
A basis for a rural program/ Edwin V. O'Hara, 1920 --
A blueprint for economic planning/ Michael J. O'Shaughnessy, 1932 --
Constitutional crisis and social justice/ National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1935 --
Teh evolution of company unions into industrial councils/ Aloysius J. Muench, 1935 --
Social justice through public ownership and control/ Charles E. Coughlin, 1935 --
Statement of principles/ Association of Catholic Trade Unions, 1938 --
Decent poverty the social ideal/Dorothy Day, 1939 --
Democracy the best and only just form of government/ Mortimer Adler and Walter Farrell, 1945 --
A new look at church and state/ John Courntey Murray, 1949 --
"Utility of social science for religion"/ Joseph H. Fichter, 1956 --
The role of government in a pluralistic economy/ John F. Cronin, 1956 --
An attack on "compulsory unionism"/ Goetz A. Briefs, 1960 --
A progress report on industry councils/ Rupert J. Ederer, 1961 --
Community v. Catholic interests in the new pluralist society/ Daniel Callahan, 1963.
Series Title: American heritage series (New York, N.Y.), no. 58.

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Conditions of Catholic growth -- The emergence of Catholic social liberalism -- Social education and organization -- The new pluralism.

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