Results from Tag: 'catholic social teaching'
COMMENTARY: Catholics can approach political issues with a clear set of principles, but must go a long way to figure out how to incarnate those principles in the public law and policy.
Catholic social teaching has long supported the existence of labor unions and the worker’s right to a just wage, rest breaks, humane working conditions and retirement and medical insurance. It also recognizes strikes as a legitimate means of resolving disputes.
Sister Laura Baritz, a leading Catholic figure in Hungary who left a successful career at Pepsi to embrace religious life, discusses the situation of Christians in her country and her mission of promoting more human-centered economic systems.
COMMENTARY: The world of finance doesn’t exist outside of morality. Real-life decisions are made with real people’s money; real people grow wealthy or get hurt from those decisions.
Catholic Social Teaching and the Two-Party System: Pro-Life Democrat Dan Lipinski on Pope Leo XIII, Partisanship and His New Teaching Role
The former congressman reflects on today’s political climate as he begins to teach at the University of Dallas.
The president of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops reflected on King's legacy of racial justice.
Debt cancellation for most American economists is unthinkable today, yet it was common in the ancient world and was used to stabilize economies after World War II
‘The teaching and spreading of her social doctrine,’ says Pope St. John Paul II, ‘are part of the Church’s evangelizing mission.’