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Kenneth R. Himes, O.F.M., is professor of theological ethics at Boston College and a former president of the Catholic Theological Society of America.
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An an important anniversary of Pope Leo XIII's famous encyclical on workers' rights, a look at how 'Rerum Novarum' applies to the vagaries of our new economy.
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'Sudden Justice,' by Chris Woods
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'War’s Ends,' by James G. Murphy
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Caron E Gentry is a lecturer in the School of International Relations at the University of St Andrew rsquo s in Scotland She is also a student of theology who has taught a course on international relations and Christianity This volume is the outcome of her effort to join the two disciplines The
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From Matthew Shadle, a distinctively Catholic perspective on the origins of war.
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How to build a public consensus for the moral treatment of detainees
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At the closing of a worldwide assembly of Catholic moral theologians in Padua, Italy, in July, the participants gathered in the handsome courtyard of the city’s major seminary for a candlelit banquet. Amid this joyful and serene setting, however, came news of violence: the series of terror bom
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Peter Henriot, S.J., and his colleagues at the Center of Concern in Washington, D.C., were the first to popularize Catholic social teaching as the church’s “best-kept secret.” Their perception, that even among Catholics the church’s social teaching was not well known, seems t