Catholic Social Teaching & Movements
Author, Dimensions, & Description
Author: Marvin Krier Mich
6 X 9" -- 488 pages
Here is the perfect introductory book to Catholic social teaching.
It covers the official documents and encyclicals and gives a sense
of the movements and people who embodied the struggle for social
justice in the last 100 years. In each chapter the author surveys
pertinent encyclicals and pastoral letters, giving the context, content,
and a brief evaluation of the movements present at that time.
This excellent and informative resource traces the steps of some of the key social movements in the Catholic Church by focusing on the people behind the movements. Highly recommended for high school seniors and introductory level college students. Also for all who are interested in Catholic Social Teaching.
It tells the story of Catholic social teaching from the perspective of official church documents but especially through the movements and persons who helped shape the teaching within the documents.
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