Pope Francis and the Environment
Published by conservefewell.org on Monday, January 19, 2015
G. Tracy Mehan III
There is a growing appreciation of environmental issues in Catholic social teaching with which all men and women of good will should engage for the benefit of all human beings, the planet and the Church.
Pope Benedict XVI
Pope John Paul II
Big-Picture Social Justice
Published by The Catholic Thing on Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Father Jerry J. Pokorsky
Isn’t it high time for social justice advocates to put the mundane – nay, grim and catastrophic and irresponsible — business of the national debt and the evils of deficit spending on the table precisely in the name of “social justice”?
Case Study: How Churchmen impact conscience
Published by Catholic Culture on Thursday, December 11, 2014
Dr. Jeffrey Mirus
We have a moral obligation both to accept the divine principles fully and to apply them properly—even when the applications identified by particular Church leaders are wrong.
Different Kinds of Liberalism: Chesterton and Burke v. Storck
Published by Ethika Politika on Thursday, December 11, 2014
Defining liberalism by its worst manifestations obscures the reality of liberalism lived well, that is, consistent with right reason and revelation.
Two Catholic Camps Worth Debating
Published by Ethika Politika on Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Catholics are needed in the secular world because Christ must be there, independent of historically contextual political disputes.
Catholic Social Teaching
Father Richard John Neuhaus