Street Homelessness and Catholic Theological Ethics

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With a Foreword by Cardinal Peter Turkson

Spanning five continents this collection seeks to deepen contemporary understandings of, and approaches to, Catholic theological ethics and the global crisis of homelessness. Topics include global strategies for combating homelessness, local ethical responses, and advocacy for special populations such as women, orphans, and veterans.

Contributors include Cardinal Peter Turkson, Dame Louise Casey CBE CB, William T. Cavanaugh, María Teresa Dávila, Shaji George Kochuthara, CMI, Elias Opongo, SJ, and Mary Mee-Yin Yuen.

James F. Keenan, SJ, is the Canisius Professor and director of the Jesuit Institute at Boston College, and the founder of CTEWC. He is author or co-editor of numerous books, including The Bible and Catholic Theological Ethics (Orbis) and University Ethics: How Colleges Can Build and Benefit from a Culture of Ethics (Rowman & Littlefield).

Mark McGreevy, OBE, is group chief executive of Depaul International and a founder of the Institute of Global Homelessness (IGH) in Chicago. He is a recipient of the Order of the British Empire, awarded by Prince Charles for his international contribution to homelessness service.

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Street Homelessness and Catholic Theological Ethics
Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church
James F. Keenan
Mark McGreevy
Foreword by Cardinal Peter Turkson

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