Designed for the college classroom, this text presents the principles of Catholic social thought, describes their historical development, and includes abridged excerpts of all relevant documents. Each chapter also includes study-discussion questions and reflections from the Catholic tradition.
Ideal for a one-semester textbook or for use in a survey course, this new edition includes materials from the teachings of Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis.
Bernard V. Brady is professor of moral theology and chair of the theology department at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN. He is the author of several books: Christian Love, Be Good and Do Good (Orbis Books), and The Moral Bond of Community (Georgetown).