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See, judge, act : Catholic social teaching and service learning

Author: Erin Brigham
Publisher: Winona, MN : Anselm Academic, ©2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Catholic social teaching says that all people, lay or ordained, share the duty of working toward the common good. The challenge lies in identifying unjust situations and connecting one's faith with social action. The reader is encouraged to apply the principles of Catholic social teaching by seeing social situations, judging them in light of those principles, and identifying actions intended to promote justice and  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Erin Brigham
ISBN: 9781599821542 1599821540
OCLC Number: 858551170
Description: 199 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: 1. Overview of the Catholic social tradition --
2. Defending human dignity against discrimination --
3. Justice for immigrants: the call to family, community, and participation --
4. Justice for workers and the dignity of work --
5. Economic justice and the preferential option for the poor --
6. Promoting solidarity in peacemaking --
7. Care for creation and environmental issues --
8. Rights and responsibilities in a globalized context.
Responsibility: Erin M. Brigham.
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Catholic social teaching says that all people, lay or ordained, share the duty of working toward the common good. The challenge lies in identifying unjust situations and connecting one's faith with social action. The reader is encouraged to apply the principles of Catholic social teaching by seeing social situations, judging them in light of those principles, and identifying actions intended to promote justice and improve situations of those being served.--

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