Justice & Charity could serve as a very helpful introduction for contemporary Catholics utterly unaware of the Church’s rich social doctrine.
Let us use the occasion of the Supreme Court’s Obergefell decision not to engage in railing and political strategizing, but to take stock of our spiritual and intellectual health.
Dorothy Day lived in a time of great change in the Church and in society. She chose a way of life that most would find difficult, even impossible.
The Lost Condemnations of Communism of Vatican II make clear that communism is opposed to Catholic faith and morals, but so is capitalism.
There are two passages from Sacred Scripture which, taken together, illustrate well the place which economic activity should occupy in human life.
The beneficial efficiency that market competition can sometimes produce is in no way a substitute for intelligent concern for the common good.
So much has the mentality we see in Scrooge triumphed in the modern world that responsible adults have celebrated him as an honorable and worthy citizen.