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1 Aspiring to freedom: Commentaries on John Paul II's encyclical The Social concerns of the Church
W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Co January 1988 0802804128 / 9780802804129 Trade Paperback Used - Very Good 
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BioEngagement (Horizons in Bioethics Series)
2 BioEngagement (Horizons in Bioethics Series)
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. August 2000 0802847935 / 9780802847935 Trade Paperback Used - Very Good 
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The Catholic Citizen: Debating the Issues of Justice
3 The Catholic Citizen: Debating the Issues of Justice
St. Augustine's Press September 2004 1587311739 / 9781587311734 Trade Paperback Used - Good 
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4 The Catholic Citizen: Debating the Issues of Justice
St. Augustine's Press September 2004 1587311739 / 9781587311734 Trade Paperback Used - Very Good 
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5 Arthur; ed. by Henri Daniel-Rops of the Academie Francaise McCormack World Poverty and the Christian
Hawthorn Books January 1963 B001Y0PVHW Hardcover Used - Good Good 
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6 Boff, Leonardo; Drury, John [Translator] Liberating Grace
Orbis Books October 1979 0883442825 / 9780883442821 Trade Paperback Used - Very Good 
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7 C. Stephen Layman The Shape of the Good: Christian Reflections on the Foundations of Ethics (Library of Religious Philosophy)
Univ of Notre Dame Pr July 1991 0268017395 / 9780268017392 Hardcover Used - Very Good 
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8 Cadorette, Curt From the Heart of the People: The Theology of Gustavo Gutierrez
Meyer Stone Books January 1988 0940989182 / 9780940989184 Trade Paperback Used - Very Good 
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Labour in the History of Salvation, Cardinal Giovanni Colombo
9 Cardinal Giovanni Colombo Labour in the History of Salvation
Viboldone 1967 281BNB1002958 Soft Cover Used - Very Good Good 
No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. Gently read. Private owners shelf number taped to spine and stamp on inside ffep. . . . . . . . . . . . . .TOC: PREFACE - Labor under the religious aspect // Within human activity // The principle and intrinsic value of labour . . . . . . .1.) Labour in the Actual Condition - Unavoidable feeling of pain // Distortion causing oppression and struggle // Aspect of vanity in human labour.............. 2.) Labour in the Original State - Signs of prmitive grandiur // Imitation of God and collaboration with Him // Joyful duty . . . .......... 3.) Labour in the State of Redemption - Redemption of labour adn not revolution // Duties adn rights of everyone: -- Towards the partaking in the Mystery of the Cross -- In filial obedi8ence to the FAther -- in loving service towards our brethren // A deeper vocation, besides work . . . . ......... EPILOGUE - What will happen to the earth and labour in th efuture century? -- A basic material transfromed element -- the spiritual construction in man and society -- and of the material transformation and construction? 
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10 Charles E. Curran Toward an American Catholic Moral Theology
Univ of Notre Dame Pr March 1987 0268018626 / 9780268018627 Hardcover Used - Very Good 
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11 Curran, Charles Tensions in Moral Theology
University of Notre Dame Press July 1988 0268018669 / 9780268018665 Hardcover Used - Very Good 
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American Catholic Lay Groups and Transatlantic Social Reform in the Progressive Era, Deirdre M. Moloney
12 Deirdre M. Moloney American Catholic Lay Groups and Transatlantic Social Reform in the Progressive Era
The University of North Carolina Press March 2002 0807849863 / 9780807849866 Trade Paperback Used - Very Good 
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13 Deuk-Hoon Park Christian Praxis and Economic Justice (Europaeische Hochschulschriften / European University Studie)
Peter Lang International Academic Publishers August 1999 3906763056 / 9783906763057 Soft Cover Used - Very Good 
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14 Dick Westley Morality And Its Beyond
Twenty-Third Publications January 0001 089622208X / 9780896222083 Hardcover Used - Very Good 
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15 Editor-Gregory R. Beabout The Catholic Social Science Review - Volume 18, 2013
Society of Catholic Social Scientists 2013 281BNB1002888 Soft Cover New 
Never Opened / Never Read . . . . . . . . . . . . .The Catholic Social Science Review is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal that publishes orignal articles and reviews in the social sciences and the humanities. It is the journal of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists, and has an editorial focus on topics relevant to the social teachng of the Catholic Church. The journal is published annually in September with assistance from the Franciscan University of Steubenville. . . . . . . . . . . . . TOC: PART I: Symposium: On Krason’s Transformation . . . . . 1. Joseph A. Varacalli: The Birth, Near Death, and Possible Resurrection of the American Experiment. // . 2. Ryan J. Barilleaux: Political Institutions and Power in the Twenty-First Century Republic. // . 3. Kevin Schmiesing: The Transformation of the American Democratic Republic: A Historical Critique. // . 4. Stephen M. Krason: Response. // . PART II. Articles . . . . . 5. Bishop William Francis Murphy: The Social Initiatives of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. // . 6. Walter Rhomberg, Michaela Rhomberg & Hubert Weissenbach: Natural Family Planning as a Family Binding Tool: A Survey Report. // . 7. Marie I. George: Environmentalism and Population Control: Distinguishing Pro-Life and Anti-Life Motives. // . 8. Clement Anthony Mulloy: John A. Ryan and the Issue of Family Limitation. // . 9. Adam Tate: South Carolina Catholics and the Know Nothing Challenge: The Charleston Elections of 1855. // . 10. Bruce P. Frohnen: The Problem with Empathy: Constitutional Agnosticism, the Rights of Conscience, and the Quest for Community. // . 11. Steven Brust: Education Under the Dictatorship of Relativism. // . 12. Amir Azarvan: Are Highly Theistic Countries Dumber? Critiquing the Intelligence-Religiosity Nexus Theory. // . 13. Stephen Nakrosis: The Ethics of Speculation in the Works of Oswald von Nell-Breuning. // . 14. Stephen Nikola Bartulica: Lessons Learned from the Transition from Communism to Free-Market Democracy: The Case of Croatia 
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16 Editor-Kevin Schmiesing The Catholic Social Science Review - Volume XIX (19) 2014
The Society of Catholic Social Scientists Selptember 2014 B01MY1XB0M Soft Cover Used - Like New 
CLEAN!! No marks. Might as well be new. Appears unread. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Catholic Social Science Review is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal that publishes orignal articles and reviews in the social sciences and the humanities. It is the journal of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists, and has an editorial focus on topics relevant to the social teachng of the Catholic Church. The journal is published annually in September with assistance from the Franciscan University of Steubenville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . TOC: PART I. Symposium: Tocqueville, Catholicism, And Limited Democratic Government . . . . . . . 1. Steven J. Brust: Introduction. // . 2. Gary D. Glenn: Tocqueville's 'Democratic Despotism' and Pope Benedict's 'Dictatorship of Relativism'. // . 3. Kenneth L. Grasso: Catholicism and “the Great Political Problem of Our Time”: Tocqueville, Vatican II, and the Problem of Limited Government in the Age of Democracy. // . 4. Daniel Mahoney: Christianity, Democracy, Socialism: Tocqueville’s Defense of a Limited Public Charity in Politics. // . 5. L. Joseph Hebert: Response to Gary Glenn and Kenneth Grasso: Tocqueville, Catholicism, and the Art of Being Free. // . 6. Adam Seagrave: Response to Daniel Mahoney: Is Tocqueville’s “Middle Way” Adequate?. // . PART II. Articles . . . . . . . . . . 7. Mark Gonnella: Authentic Sexual Freedom: John Paul II’s Personalism as a Response to Humanistic Psychology. // . 8. David A. Gilbert: The Novena to St. Boniface of Tarsus: A Pastoral Program for Addressing Sexual Addiction in Colonial Mexico. // . 9. Edward J. O'Boyle: Freedom of Economic Initiative, Intermediary Groups, and a Personalist Economy. // . 10. Jeffrey S. Burwell, S.J.: An Educational Crisis in the Land of Jesus: Unprecedented Challenges Facing Catholic Schools in East Jerusalem and the West Bank. // . 11. Brian Jones: Aristotelian Political Philosophy, the Wise Many, and Catholic Social Teaching. // . 12. Gary J. Scott: Is There a Moral School of Economics?: The Profundity and Practicality of Benedict XVI's Economic Logos. // . 13. Joseph A. Varacalli: The Future of the American Experiment and of the Tea Party Movement from the Perspective of Catholic Social Thought and Catholic Sociology 
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17 Editor-Mark Lowery The Catholic Social Science Review, Volume XIV (14) 2009
Society of Catholic Social Scientists September 2009 B007ZRXUOY Trade Paperback Used - Like New 
CLEAN!! No marks. Might as well be new. Appears unread. . . . . . . . . . The Catholic Social Science Review is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal that publishes orignal articles and reviews in the social sciences and the humanities. It is the journal of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists, and has an editorial focus on topics relevant to the social teachng of the Catholic Church. The journal is published annually in September with assistance from the Franciscan University of Steubenville.. . . . . . . . . . . . . TOC: PART I: Symposia: Symposium: The Ancients/Moderns Distinction: Catholic Perspectives . . . . . . . . 1. Kenneth L. Grasso: Introduction. // . 2. Gary Glenn: Whether Strauss’ Ancients/Moderns Reading of the History of Political Philosophy Unjustly Depreciates Christianity. // . 3. James V. Schall: On The Conquest of Human Nature: Ancients, Moderns—Medievals, Futures. // . 4. Cecilia R. Castillo: Strauss and Christianity: Friends or Foes?. // . 5. Kenneth L. Grasso: Neither Ancient Nor Modern: The Distinctiveness of Catholic Social Thought. // . 6. Robert P. Hunt: Christianity, Leo Strauss, and the Ancients/Modern Distinction. // . 7. Steven Brust: Ancient and Modern: Natural Law and Universal Moral Principles. // . 8. Eugene L. Nagy: The Passion of Understanding: Preliminary Remarks on Strauss’ Quarrel Between Ancients and Moderns. // . PART I: Symposia: Symposium: The Implications Of Catholic Social Teaching For Economic Science: An Exchange Between Thomas Storck And Thomas E.Woods, Jr., With Responses . . . . . . . . 9. Thomas Storck: A Challenge From Thomas Storck. // . 10.Thomas E. Woods, Jr.: Catholic Social Teaching and the Market Economy Revisted: A Reply to Thomas Storck. // . 11. John Medaille' A Response from John MĂ©daille. // . 12. Charles M. A. Clark: A Response from Charles Clark. // . 13. Kevin Schmiesing: A Response from Kevin Schmiesing. // . 14. Emil Berendt: A Response from Emil Berendt. // . PART II: Articles . . . . . . . . 15. Joseph A. Varacalli: A Catholic House in Repair or Further Dividing?. // . 16. Joseph Anthony Burke, Pope Benedict on Capitalism, Marxism, and Globalization. // .: 17. Wolfgang Grassl: The Study Of Business As A Liberal Art? Toward An Aristotelian Reconstruction. // . 18. Alfred R. D’Anca: A Different Promise: Catholic Social Thought and Criminal Punishment in America. // . 19. Scott McDermott: Orestes Brownson and the Contract of Government. // . 20. Thomas W. Jodziewicz: In the Matter of Catholic Historiography: a Proposal. // . 21. Elizabeth Holmes: Reforming Ireland? An Inquiry from the Standpoint afforded by Rival Traditions. // . 22. Su Li Lee: Persons as Gifts: Understanding Interdependence through Pope John Paul II’s Anthropology. // . 23. Michael J. New: Using Natural Experiments To Analyze the Impact of State Legislation on the Incidence of Abortion. // . PART III: Special Section: Catholic Response During World War II . . . . . . . . 24. Sr. Margherita Marchione: A Commemoration of the 70th Anniversary of Pius XII's Coronation on March 12, 2009. // . 25. Ronald J. Rychlak: Cardinal Stepinac, Pope Pius XII, and the Roman Catholic Church During the Second World War. // . 26. Sr. Mary Gloria Chang: OP, The Vatican and the German Resistance During World War II: 1939-1940 
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18 Editor-Stephen J. Grabill Journal of Markets & Morality - 2005 (Volume 8, Number 1)
Acton Institute for The Study of Religion and LIberty 2005 B002NJAR9U Soft Cover Used - Like New 
CLEAN!! No marks. Might as well be new. Appears unread. .. .. .. Articles: -- What Profits for a Man to Gain: Just (the) Price (of the Soul) by Jude Chua Soo Meng // -- Natural Law and the Fiduciary Duties of Business Managers by Joseph F. Johnston // -- Applying Judeo-Christian Principles to Contemporary Economic Issues by Cara Beed and Clive Beed // -- Secular Fundamentalism and Democracy by Richard Ekins // -- Treatise on Money by Luis de Molina S.J. 
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19 Editor-Stephen J. Grabill Journal of Markets & Morality - 2005 (Volume 8, Number 2)
Acton Institute for The Study of Religion and Liberty 2005 B00133US3W Soft Cover Used - Like New 
CLEAN!! No marks. Might as well be new. Appears unread. .. .. .. Articles: -- The Universal Destination of Goods: The Ethics of Property in the Theory of a Christian Society by Manfred Spieker // -- Law, Revolution, and Religion: Harold Berman's Interpretation of the English Revolution by Nicholas Aroney // -- Natural Law and Modern Economic Theory by Gerson Moreno-Riano // -- Exchange Matters: Perspectives from Social Capital, Neighborhoods, and Modern Culture by Francis X. Tannian and John E. Stapleford // -- The 'Eschatological Principle' in Catholic Social Thought by Mark Lowery // -- A Communitarian Model of Business: A Natural-Law Perspective by Surendra Arjoon // .. ... // Controversy: -- What Bearing, If Any, Does the Christian Doctrine of Providence Have Upon the Operation of the Market Economy? by Michael T. Dempsey // -- A Response to Michael T. Dempsey by John Lunn and Robin Klay // -- A Response to Robin Klay and John Lunn by Michael T. Dempsey // -- A Response to Michael T. Dempsey by John Lunn and Robin Klay 
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20 Editor-Stephen J. Grabill Journal of Markets & Morality - 2007 (Volume 10, Number 1)
Acton Institute for The Study of Religion and Liberty 2007 B00194JF5M Soft Cover Used - Like New 
CLEAN!! No marks. Might as well be new. Appears unread. .. .. .. 'This issue of the Journal features a scholia translation of Cardinal Cajetan's (1469-1534) influential treatise On Exchanging Money (1499). Cajetan is the author of the officially approved commentaries on the Summa of Thomas Aquinas, which are easily available in the magnificent Leonine edition of this magnum opus. He is even more famous as the papal legate whom Leo X (1513-1521) dispatched to Germany in a futile effort to bring Martin Luther back into the Roman fold. Economic historians have pointed out that Cajetan's treatise holds a decisive place in the history of economics because it set forth the fullest and most unqualified defense of the foreign exchange market at its date of publication. Andrew Abela discusses 'The Price of Freedom: Consumerism and Liberty in Secular Research and Catholic Teaching.' Robert Driscoll examines the relationship between 'Ideas, Associations, and the Making of Good Cities.' Whereas, Jan Klos, in his article, 'The Claim for Secularization as a Contemporary Utopia,' critiques the chasm that modern philosophy has wrought in the understanding of human nature. In his ground breaking article on 'The Fiscal and Tributary Philosophy of Antonio Rosmini,' Carlos Hoevel lays out the central characteristics of Rosmini's economic philosophy. In 'A 'Marketless World'? An Examination of Wealth and Exchange in the Gospels and First-Century Palestine,' Edd Noell shows that research on the economic context of Jesus' teaching on wealth and exchange points to the need to take into account the nature and extent of market arrangements in first-century Roman Palestine. Gabriel Zanotti, in 'Intersubjectivity, Subjectivism, Social Sciences, and the Austrian School of Economics,' demonstrates that the subjectivism of the Austrian School of Economics could be based on Edmund Husserl's intersubjectivity theory. Includes article, 'Can Social Justice Be Achieved?', ' 
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