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- (PDF Download) Living Justice and Peace (2008): Catholic Social Teaching in Practice Second
- Living Justice and Peace, Second Edition
- Living Justice and Peace (2008)
(PDF Download) Living Justice and Peace (2008): Catholic Social Teaching in Practice Second
In this section, you will find general resources on the explorations of Catholic Social Teaching. The general resource page provides references to books, films and other media on the themes found on the website that may be of interest to you.
This comprehensive companion to Catholic Social Teaching gives provides insights into a wide range of subjects, from theological teachings on the nature of sin to biotechnology and the right to work.
Faithful Citizens is a call to action to parishioners, teachers, catechists and all who work in justice and peace, to join the adventure of love and fellowship which is citizen politics. The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice in Ireland has put together this book made up of contributions from authors coming from a variety of backgrounds who all share a desire to apply Catholic Social Teaching.
The book is made up of 12 chapters which look at how CST can be applied, and all done in a way which tries to be accessible so a wider audience can access it. Order here. In this book Gavan Duffy explores the development of Catholic Social Teaching in its application to the rights and duties of labour. Climate and Christ describes what climate change is and how it happens, and suggests ways in which ordinary people can help to mitigate it. A great study offers a brief, but comprehensive view of Catholic Social Teaching.
A classroom edition is available which includes questions to reflect upon. Order here and here. Peace Be With You is an excellent overview of the development of Christian peacemaking. In part one Eileen Egan takes a critical look at the Just War tradition. Part two includes a chapter on the war and peace debate at the Second Vatican Council.
Part three is a mini-biography of her good friend, the Catholic peace activist, Dorothy Day. This book uses a hypothetical case of a US female student called up to the army after the President reinstated the draft. The author has designed this to be an interactive experience, with calls for discussion and thought at the end of each chapter. This text, designed for use in the classroom, offers a rigorously critical yet inspirational vision of justice as an integral part of Christian spirituality in the world today.
Daniel Groody introduces readers to the Christian message on justice and human liberation in its historical context, and the challenge of social teaching.
The Heart of Catholic Social Teaching. Order here Option for the Poor, and for the Earth. This CST classic has had a large section on the environment added in its latest edition. Donal Dorr is an Irish missionary priest who has taught theology and philosophy in Ireland, as well as teaching in Brazil and many African counties.
The book offers a social analysis of the causes of injustices and recommends social action responses needed in our society today. Harm not the earth is a wake up call which tells us that it is time to start bearing fruit; not for personal sanctification or salvation, but for the good of all.
William T. This book is fresh and interesting while also accessible for those new to the area. Written in a time when nuclear annihilation was a constant and real threat, this book illuminates both the very real possibility of the end of mankind and also provides relevant and provoking insights about the world today. Nolan has been a notable leader in the Catholic church and the Dominican Order in South Africa during the difficult years of apartheid and beyond.
His book. This book, by distinguished moral theologian Charles Curran is a more in depth and academic look at Catholic Social Teaching. A book for the 21st century, Sr. Margaret asks is there something in the dynamic of the eucharistic celebration that can inform globalisation and make it more humane, inclusive and sustainable. A handbook for Christians who are seeking to understand and participate in the movement towards responsible and sustainable living in the twenty-first century.
Paint the Church Green enables church groups to explore the relationship between faith and concern for the natural world. Jerry Windley-Daoust The course empowers students to examine society critically based on values from the Scriptures and on the seven themes of Catholic Social Teaching. A comprehensive academic study of the area around Christianity and Contemporary Politics. Catholic Social Teaching and the Market Economy. This book explores the finanical and ecomic world through a Catholic Social Teaching perspective.
Phillip Booth, the author, a Director at the Institute of Economic Affairs, has written on a wide range of financial and Catholic Teaching subjects.
Partially interesting is the analysis of the moral and economic justification of international aid. Skip to navigation Skip to content Catholic Social Teaching. Further Info. Joseph J. Fahey This book uses a hypothetical case of a US female student called up to the army after the President reinstated the draft.
Order here Globalization, Spirituality and Justice Daniel Groody This text, designed for use in the classroom, offers a rigorously critical yet inspirational vision of justice as an integral part of Christian spirituality in the world today.
Order here Harm not the earth Megan McKenna Harm not the earth is a wake up call which tells us that it is time to start bearing fruit; not for personal sanctification or salvation, but for the good of all. Order here Being Consumed William T. Curran This book, by distinguished moral theologian Charles Curran is a more in depth and academic look at Catholic Social Teaching. Order here Becoming a Green Christian Ellen Teague A handbook for Christians who are seeking to understand and participate in the movement towards responsible and sustainable living in the twenty-first century.
Order here Paint the church green Ellen Teague Paint the Church Green enables church groups to explore the relationship between faith and concern for the natural world. Order here Living Justice and Peace Jerry Windley-Daoust The course empowers students to examine society critically based on values from the Scriptures and on the seven themes of Catholic Social Teaching.
Living Justice and Peace, Second Edition
Foreword by Nancy Riestenberg. Review new Table of Contents Here. In response to concerns that have been emerging since the initial publishing of Circle Forward , Living Justice Press is issuing a revised edition which includes a new module that addresses the need for adults within school communities to address issues of race, equity, and justice among themselves. However, the more we have witnessed the work of bringing restorative justice to schools, the more we have understood the urgent obligation for adults to talk about race together—even before they engage students. When the adults become more comfortable talking about race with each other, they will carry these experiences and the awareness gained from them into their conversations about race and racism with youth. Circle Forward is a resource guide designed to help teachers, administrators, students and parents incorporate the practice of Circles into the everyday life of the school community. This resource guide offers comprehensive step—by-step instructions for how to plan, facilitate and implement the Circle for a variety of purposes within the school environment.
At the dawn of the Third Millennium b. The significance of this document c. At the service of the full truth about man d. In the sign of solidarity, respect and love. God's gratuitous presence b. The principle of creation and God's gratuitous action.
Pastor Steven Furtick. Preparing for Marriage, part 1 of 8. Christian Marriage Matters : Genesis We are told in that ceremony that marriage is ordained and instituted by God—that is to say, marriage did not just spring up arbitrarily out of social conventions or human taboos. This famous speech is often referred to as 'Onegin's Sermon' He admits that the letter was touching, but says that he would quickly grow bored with marriage and can only offer Tatyana friendship.
The second edition of this text has the same sound theology with updated stories, images, and statistics! The Living Justice and Peace course empowers.
Living Justice and Peace (2008)
Living Justice. Now in its third edition, Living Justice is an ideal introduction to Catholic social teaching. Thomas Massaro introduces readers to the history and basics of Catholic social teaching while highlighting new developments and helping readers understand how to apply this teaching to life today.