Experts agree that the economy should serve persons and families, but differ on the presidential candidates and policies to get the job done.
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Speaking via livestream from the library of the Vatican’s apostolic palace, the pope stated that the Church “helps with the sick, but she is not an expert. Nor does she give specific socio-political indications.”
Stefano Fontana, director of the Cardinal Van Thuan International Observatory on the Social Doctrine of the Church, warns against overreliance on such monetary policies.
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Florida Bishop Frank Dewane called on Catholics to turn to ‘the treasury of the Church’s social teaching’ to consider new ways to promote justice for workers.