This is a well organized and comprehensive overview of Catholic Social Doctrine.
Its emphasis is on the dignity of the human person, the importance of work, the benefits and dangers of capitalism, as well as of socialism.
The new Compendium will be extremely helpful for deacons in the Roman Catholic Church and the other Christian churches.
The book came exactly as described. Happy with this seller. Thank you.Published 7 days ago by Deborah Kearney
After the Catechism of the Catholic church, this book summarizes the Church's teaching on social issues. It is amazing!Published 2 months ago by Bernadette Dutke
Humanity and governments since the beginning of time continue to fail to order their affairs in manner leading to a just society. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Music Man
Met all expectations. The price was right, the response of the provider was timely, it came within a reasonable time, and the quality was better than expected.Published 8 months ago by anthony shomon
The writings of the Catholic Church continue to amaze me with their beauty and depth of knowledge. Too often we react to sound bites when it comes to Catholic social justice. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Gregory Stone
The compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Catholic Church is a must have for any good soul that wants to promote a change in the world, guided by the principles of subsidiarity,... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Gus Jimenez
This is a dense read, and it may be useful to think of this text as a document rather than a book. It is not a spiritual writing and it is not a simplified explanation of complex... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Tyler Hitchens
The Compendium is an ambitious, much needed, admirable, and probably widely unknown overview of the fundamental framework of the doctrinal corpus of the Catholic Church's social... Read morePublished 19 months ago by James G. Bruen Jr.