The Meaning of Justice

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January 4-11 Podcast

Thomas Massaro offers a Catholic critique of Michael Sandel's popular Harvard course "Justice."
Thoma Massaro, S.J., a respected social ethicist at Boston College, reviews Michael Sandel's PBS series, "Justice: What's the Right Thing To Do?" based on the Harvard professor's popular course. The 12 episode series can be viewed online at www.justiceharvard.org". Read Father Massaro's written review of the show here.
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