Catholic Social Teaching takes a profound viewpoint on the nature of the human person, our relationship with God and how we are supposed to live together. This is a very brief presentation of some of these key background themes and includes some brief quotations from relevant CST documents. Ideal for the classroom.
CST has a long and complex history of thought and debate. How can it be brought to bear on questions of migration today? Anna Rowlands here gives a brief outline of five relevant principles.
Wed, May 23rd at: 2:03 pm in: CST
Tue, May 22nd at: 11:42 am in: Encyclicals
(A colection of Encyclicals which are of relevance to our values and work.)
Caritas in veritate, by Pope Benedict XVI in June 29, 2009
Spe Salvi, by Pope Benedict XVI in November 30, 2007
Deus Caritas Est, by Pope Benedict XVI in January 25, 2006
Evangelium Vitae by Pope John Paul II in March 25, 1995
Sollicitudo Rei Socialis by Pope John Paul II in December 30, 1987
Populorum Progressio by Pope Paul VI in March 26, 1967
Pacem in Terris by Pope John XXIII in April 11, 1963
Rerum Novarum by Pope Leo XIII in May 15, 1891