Economic Justice

An anniversary pastoral message.

Product Code: 5-040 
ISBN: 
978-1-57455-040-5

Pages: 16

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Los Obispos Católicos de EE.UU. afrontan su responsabilidad como pastores, preceptores y ciudadanos de contribuir al diálogo nacional sobre las implicancias étnicas del cambio climático. En esta declaración, los obispos buscan ofrecer una perspectiva distintivamente religiosa y moral a lo que es necesariamente una complicada discusión científica, económica, moral y política. Los obispos creen que la respuesta al cambio climático global debe ser un signo de su respeto por la creación de Dios.

At its core, global climate change is not about economic policy or political theory. It is about the future of God's creation, about our stewardship of the "earth that is the Lord's" and our responsibility to those who come after. In this statement, the bishops open a new avenue of dialogue in the sometimes convoluted discussions about global warming, offering a distinctively religious and moral perspective on the need for environmental protection as a sign of respect for God's creation.

Product Code: 5-855 
ISBN: 
978-1-57455-855-5

Pages: 32

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Pope Benedict XVI meditates on the environment, how it connects us together, and how it supports sustainable development and wise and fair cultivation of natural resources that become part of the social, cultural, and religious fabric of the various communities

Product Code: 7-305 
ISBN: 
978-1-60137-305-2

Pages: 41

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A comprehensive parish resource that includes the 2001 pastoral statement on environmental justice, Global Climate Change: A Plea for Dialogue and Prudence and the Common Good, and additional information Catholics can use to better understand the important connections between our faith and the environment, and the urgency of addressing the moral and human dimensions of climate change. The book includes color illustrations, suggestions for prayer, liturgy and for homilists as well as a CD for electronic viewing, printing and distribution at parish gatherings.

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In these thoughtful reflections, the bishops illuminate the pressing issue of food and agriculture in the world today, bringing greater understanding to the political costs of the shrinking farm, the social costs of global hunger, and the ecological costs of unchecked land practices-and how these issues are connected to the Catholic faith. The work offers a moral framework for agricultural issues today, and suggests an action agenda for all to follow, based on Catholic social teachings, placing the life and dignity of the human person at the center of discussions on agriculture. 

Product Code: 5-603 

ISBN: 978-1-57455-603-2

Pages: 35

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Pages: 35 

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At its core, global climate change is not about economic policy or political theory. It is about the future of God's creation, about our stewardship of the "earth that is the Lord's" and our responsibility to those who come after. In this statement, the bishops open a new avenue of dialogue in the sometimes convoluted discussions about global warming, offering a distinctively religious and moral perspective on the need for environmental protection as a sign of respect for God's creation

Product Code: 5-431 
ISBN: 
978-1-57455-431-1

Pages: 28

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In the Footsteps of Jesus (DVD)

by USCCB Publishing
$16.95

"How does God call you to make a difference in the world?" That provocative question lies at the heart of the DVD  In the Footsteps of Jesus: Catholic Social Teaching at Work Today . Divided into two sections, this compelling DVD presents a comprehensive overview of the seven themes of Catholic social teaching, along with a summary of the scriptural and historical context for their development. Ideal for individual or group use.

Product Code:  5-444 
ISBN: 
978-1-57455-444-1  Binding Information:  DVD video 28.00 Min 
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This parish resource includes lesson plans, program suggestions, prayer services, and a bibliography of resources to accompany the video In the Footsteps of Jesus

Product Code: 5-499 
ISBN: 
978-1-57455-499-1

Pages: 100

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Explores the Preferential Option for and with the Poor through the subthemes of "human beings as images of God," "the sacred covenant with God," "the pursuit of justice," and "the preferential options cited in the Church's social teaching."

Product Code: 5-851 
ISBN: 
978-1-57455-851-7

Pages: 24

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On Human Work (Laborem Exercens)

by USCCB Publishing
$6.95

The Holy Father's third encyclical focuses on "the dignity and rights of those who work." Drawing on biblical teaching and Catholic social thought for nearly the past century, he discusses just remuneration for work, the rights of labor unions, the rights and responsibilities of management, roles of women, multinational corporations, disabled workers, and other labor questions.

Author: Pope John Paul II 
Product Code: 
825-8 
ISBN: 
978-1-55586-825-3

Pages: 62

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Pope John Paul II's 1987 encyclical letter commemorates the twentieth anniversary of Pope Paul VI's Populorum Progressio and reaffirms the continuity of the Church's teaching on social doctrine.

Author: Pope John Paul II 
Product Code: 
205-5 
ISBN: 
978-1-55586-205-3

Pages: 104

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En estas profundas reflexiones, los obispos iluminan la apremiante cuestión de los alimentos y la agricultura en el mundo de hoy, aportando una mayor comprensión de los costos políticos de la reducción de las granjas, los costos sociales del hambre mundial y los costos ecológicos de las prácticas descontroladas sobre la tierra, y cómo estas cuestiones están conectadas con la fe católica. El documento ofrece un marco moral para las cuestiones agrícolas de hoy, y sugiere una agenda de acción para todos, basada en la enseñanza social católica, poniendo la vida y dignidad de la persona humana en el centro de las discusiones sobre la agricultura.

Product Code: 5-903 

ISBN: 978-1-57455-903-3

Pages: 40

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Pages: 40 

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Solidaridad con los pobres (V)

by USCCB Publishing
$0.95

Book 5 in the Faith Sharing series offers small group members the opportunity to explore Catholic social teaching on the theme of solidarity with the poor. Materials presented in the book guide participants through six weekly sessions, discussing and exploring such related topics as the meaning and scriptural basis of solidarity; the virtue of solidarity with the one human family; who carries the responsibility of solidarity; the work of solidarity and the difference between direct service and social justice; and the fruit of solidarity-advancing mercy, justice, and peace.

Product Code: 5-853 
ISBN: 
978-1-57455-853-1

Pages: 24

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Solidarity with the Poor

by USCCB Publishing
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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."

Product Code: 5-192 
ISBN: 
978-1-57455-192-1

Pages: 28

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Solidarity with the Poor

by USCCB Publishing
$0.95

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."

Product Code: 5-192 
ISBN: 
978-1-57455-192-1

Pages: 28

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This tenth anniversary edition of the landmark pastoral letter includes both A Decade After Economic Justice for All and A Catholic Framework for Economic Life.

Product Code: 5-135 
ISBN: 
978-1-57455-135-8
Pages: 160
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