Catholic Social Teaching

John Carr March 26, 2020
Catholic social teaching offers us principles for reflection, criteria for judgment, guidelines for action which can guide our individual, institutional and national choices.
Kevin Jackson March 20, 2020
A changing legal landscape in college sports has renewed the discussion of what is “fair” for college athletes when it comes to compensation.
Christiana Zenner November 15, 2019
Anand Giridharadas comes to conclusions that are consonant with the works of Pope Francis and Pope Benedict XVI.
Aidan Johnson November 11, 2019
In her brilliant new book, Martha Nussbaum argues for a thrilling vision: the whole biosphere conceived and treated as a “cosmic city,” in which humans carefully do their part to ensure that the capabilities of all creatures can be activated as much as possible.
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Ryan Di Corpo November 06, 2019
The quest for profit goes too far, he said, when businesses desert the workers and communities that made them profitable in the first place simply to make goods more cheaply in other countries.
White country church and U.S. flag (iStock)
Signatories of two recent open letters, one embracing a “new nationalism” and the other warning of its dangers, engage each other's concerns and questions.