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Catholic social teaching and distributism : toward a new economy

Author: Michael Hickey
Publisher: Lanham, Maryland : Hamilton Books, [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Catholic Social Teaching is a relatively new and growing body of theology. Its foundation can be found in the Bible and Tradition of the Church. However, it began to be formalized beginning in 1891 with the writing of Pope Leo’s revolutionary Social Letter/Encyclical, On the New Things/Rerum Novarum. It subsequently has been woven through all the many Social Encyclicals written by the modern popes, right up to the
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Hickey
ISBN: 0761870040 9780761870043
OCLC Number: 1005695827
Description: x, 155 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Contents --
The Cover --
Section One: Themes of Catholic Social Teaching --
1. Beginnings and History --
Roots in Sacred Scripture --
2. Human Dignity --
Love of God and Neighbor --
Human Dignity --
Love of God and Neighbor --
3. Family and Community --
Social and Economic Justice --
Family and Community --
Social and Economic Justice --
4. Rights and Duties --
Socialization, Solidarity and Subsidiarity --
Rights and Duties --
Socialization, Solidarity, and Subsidiarity --
5. The Role of Government --
Preferential Option for the Poor --
The Role of Government --
Preferential Option for the Poor --
6. Participation and Work --
Freedom and Life --
Participation and Work --
Freedom and Life --
7. The Marketplace and Consumerism --
Respect for God’s Creation-the Environment --
The Marketplace and Consumerism --
Respect for God’s Creation-the Environment --
8. Evangelization-Come Holy Spirit --
Author’s Note --
Section Two: Catholic Social Teaching and the Social Letters of the Modern Popes --
9. On the New Things-(Rerum Novarum), Pope Leo XIII, 1891* --
10. On the Fortieth Year-(Quadragesimo Anno), Pius XI, 1931* --
11. Social Letters of Pope John XXIIIMother and Teacher-(Mater et Magistra), 1961 --
Peace on Earth-(Pacem in Terris), 1963 --
12. Social Letters of Vatican Council II, 1965 --
Document on Religious Freedom-Human Dignity-Dignitatis Humanae --
Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World-Gaudium et Spes --
13. Social Letters of Pope Paul VI --
The Progress of Peoples-Populorum Progressio, 1967 --
On the Eightieth Year-Octogesima Adveniens, 1971 --
14. Social Letters of John Paul II, 1981-1987 --
Through Work-Laborem Exercens, 1981 --
The Social Concern of the Church-Sollicitudo Rei Socialis, 1987 – 15. Social Letters of John Paul II, 1991-1995 --
The One Hundredth Year-Centessimus Annus, 1991 --
The Gospel of Life-Evangelium Vitae, 1995 --
16. Social Letter of Pope Benedict XVI, 2009 --
Charity in Truth-Caritas in Veritate, 2009 --
17. Social Letters of Pope Francis, 2013-2015 --
The Joy of the Gospel-Evangelii Gaudium, 2013 --
Praise Be: On Care for our Common Home-Laudato Si, 2015 --
Section Three: Distributive Justice and Distributism --
18. Roots of Distributive Justice --
The Bible and Distributive Justice --
Distributive Justice in Aristotle’s Ethics and Politics --
Distributive Justice in Maimonides Laws on Gifts for the Poor --
Guide for the Perplexed --
Distributive Justice in Thomas Aquinas’ Summa Theologica --
Distributive Justice in the Catholic Catechism --
19. Distributive Justice in the Modern Papal Social Letters -The Foundational Letters --
Distributive Justice - On the New Things --
Distributive Justice - On the Fortieth Year --
20 Distributive Justice in the Social Letters of Pope John XXIII - and Vatican Council II
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