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Twenty papers presented at a symposium hosted by the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Religious Values, U. of Notre Dame, April 1991, discuss the resources of Catholic social teaching, international authority, challenges for the Church, the plight of developing countries, and shaping a just community. Paper edition (unseen), $15.95. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780268007973
  • Publisher: University of Notre Dame Press
  • Publication date: 9/30/1993
  • Pages: 384

Table of Contents

Pt. I The New World Order and the Resources of Catholic Social Teaching 1
1 Catholic Social Teaching: A Communitarian Democratic Capitalism for the New World Order 5
2 The Social Role of the Church: Leo XIII, Vatican II and John Paul II 29
3 Catholicism and Liberal Democracy 51
4 Is the Social Role of the Church Changing? 73
5 A New Ministry to the Business Community: The Challenge 81
Pt. II The New World Order and a Focus on International Authority 89
6 A New World Order: What It Will Need for Survival 91
7 The Functions and Future of International Institutions 99
8 A Reconsideration of Internationalism and Nationalism 111
Pt. III The New World Order and the Challenge for the Church 125
9 Neither the Hammer and Sickle Nor the Eye of the Needle: One Hundred Years of Catholic Social Thought on Economic Systems 127
10 An Ecclesiological Analysis of Catholic Social Teachings 147
11 New World, New Church: Political, Pastoral, or Prophetic? 179
Pt. IV The New World Order and the Plight of Developing Countries 199
12 Who Cares about Africa? Development Guidelines from the Church's Social Teaching 201
13 Catholic Social Thought in Latin America: A Brief Overview from Pope Leo XIII to the Present 245
14 Catholic Public Opinion for Freedom and Political Institutions 253
Pt. V The New World Order: Shaping a Just Community 265
15 Liberty and Social Justice: Rescuing a Virtue 269
16 Virtues in a Democracy 285
17 Catholic Social Teaching and the African-American Struggle for Economic Justice 299
18 Reconsidering the Idea of the Common Good 309
19 Toward a Theology of the Corporation: A Second Chance for Catholic Social Teaching 329
20 Trade Unions, Catholic Teaching and the New World Order 351
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