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Shepherds Speak: American Bishops Confront the Social and Moral Issues That Challenge Christians Today
     

Shepherds Speak: American Bishops Confront the Social and Moral Issues That Challenge Christians Today

by James F. Hinchey (Editor), John T. Ellis (Foreword by), Dennis Corrado (Editor)
 

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Library Journal - Library Journal
For a few years the Cathedral staff of the Diocese of Brooklyn has sponsored lectures by outspoken members of the Roman Catholic hierarchy (e.g., Bernardin, Gumbleton, Weakland) on such topics as the arms race, poverty, apartheid, and women in the church. This volume contains 18 of the more timely lectures. The latest example of insightful work by bishops who share a critical, prophetic view on social issues, it will inspire heated debate, as did the first two drafts of the pastoral letter on the U.S. economy. An excellent source for study groups interested in justice and peace issues. John Broderick, Sociology Dept., Stonehill Coll., N. Easton, Mass.

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ISBN-13:
9780824507374
Publisher:
Crossroad Publishing Company
Publication date:
04/01/1986
Pages:
240

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