Religion and Public Life: The Legacy of Monsignor John A. Ryanby Robert G. Kennedy (Editor), Mary Christine Athans B.V.M. (Editor), Bernard V. Brady (Editor), William C. McDonough (Editor), Michael J. Naughton (Editor)
Msgr. John Augustine Ryan (1869-1945) is renowned for drawing from both theology and economics to find solutions to social issues. He advocated a number of social changes including a minimum wage, unemployment insurance, social security, public housing, child labor restrictions, and women's rights in the workplace. This volume is a collection of many of the papers presented at a September 1995 conference held in St. Paul, Minnesota to commemorate the 50th anniversary of his death. Contributors include scholars from India, Europe and the U.S. Twenty-four papers are grouped into an introduction followed by sections on Ryan's work on development in Catholic economic ethics, the business implications of his thoughts and beliefs, his concerns about public policy, and the relationship between spirituality and work. No subject index.
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Robert G. Kennedy is Professor in the Department of Management & Center for Catholic Studies, University of St. Thomas, Minnesota. Mary Christine Athans, B.V.M. is Professor of Church History at the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity, University of St. Thomas, Minnesota. Bernard V. Brady is Associate Professor of Theology, University of St. Thomas, Minnesota. Michael J. Naughton is Associate Professor of Theology and Business, and Director of the John A. Ryan Institute for Catholic Social Thought, University of St. Thomas, Minnesota.
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