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Thompson - INTRODUCING CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT

INTRODUCING CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT by Thompson

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Genre: Church Life and History
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 99642
Product Format: Book
ISBN: 9781570758621
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Orbis Books Alban Books
Cat. Code: 9781570758621

Introducing Catholic Social Thought provides a basic introductionincluding Pope Benedict XVIs most recent encyclicalsthat focuses on its understanding and applications in the twenty-first century. After offering a description of the general historical development of Catholic social thought, Thompson provides five chapters that deal with specific themes: faithful citizenship, economic justice, human rights, war and peace and the consistent ethic of life, and care for the earth. Each chapter identifies key documents and explores their meaning and how they are applied today. Stories of key practitioners include figures ranging from César Chávez and Mother Teresa to John Leary and Dorothy Stang. Written by an experienced teacher in accessible language, Introducing Catholic Social Thought is appropriate for courses in Catholic social teaching, Christian ethics, and social justice for undergraduates and non-religion majors, as well as for adult and parish study groups. Author: J. Milburn Thompson Format: 208 pages, paperback Publisher: Orbis Books (2010) ISBN: 9781570758621














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