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On Social Concern (Sollicitudo Rei Socialis) Solidarity with the Poor Principles, Prophecy, & a Pastoral Respo
Pope John Paul II's encyclical letter reaffirms the continuity of the Church's teaching on social doctrine. Provides the opportunity to reflect on the call to solidarity through subthemes that include "the meaning of solidarity," "the human family and solidarity," "the responsibility of solidarity," "the work of solidarity," "and the fruit of solidarity." A 50-page booklet that serves as an overview of Catholic social teaching with examples of ways that the Catholic Campaign for Human Development promotes these values and doctrines. Each chapter explores a theme of Catholic social teaching.
Call to Solidarity with Africa, A CCHD Mug Poverty USA Tour: America's Forgotten State
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Heeding the growing cries for help, this statement of the bishops calls on the Catholic community in the United States to stand in solidarity with the Church and the peoples of Africa, to support its courageous commitment to peace, to contribute its diverse talents to the cause of justice. CCHD Mug This provocative, 3 1/2-minute, multimedia presentation explores the difficulties encountered in trying to provide for a family's well being when living below the poverty line. Includes video versions of "Among the People," "Winds of Change" and "Community in Action."
SPAN:Making a Place at the Table Span:Compendium of Social Doctrine Span:Two Feet of Love in Action / Cards (package of 50)
Note: This publication is only sold in multiples of 25. In this brief yet powerful brochure, the bishops issue an urgent call to all Catholics to speak out on behalf of those suffering the most, to lift up those in need, to work together to eliminate the scourge of poverty. Drawn from the longer work, A Place at the Table, this brochure highlights what everyone can do to help overcome poverty and defend human dignity.
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The Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church, a unique, unprecedented document in the history of the Church, serves as a tool to inspire and guide the faithful, who are faced with moral and pastoral challenges daily. It is divided into five sections: an introduction, three parts, and a conclusion entitled "For a Civilization of Love."
This resource addresses how we as Christians can walk the path of love through addressing the concerns of social justice and supporting charitable work in the community.
Preaching the Social Doctrine of the Church at Mass - Year B Poor for the Poor: The Mission of the Church Catholic Social Teaching Bundle
The Church in the twenty-first century faces the task of preaching the Gospel to the modern world. It's not always easy to see how the Scriptures are relevant to our lives, but this volume addresses the issue head-on. In a series of "homily helps," the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace relates the Sunday readings of Year B to the daily Christian walk. Get greater insight into enduring questions in Poor for the Poor: The Mission of the Church, as it looks at the social teaching of the Church, the writings of recent popes as well as the writings of Gustavo Gutierrez and Josef Sayer, and the experiences of the Church in Latin America, including liberation theology. Get two great books for one, special low price: Poor for the Poor: The Mission of the Church and Sharing Catholic Social Teaching: Challenges and Directives!