social justice

BFP: The Praxis of Liberation

By John B. Manos / July 6, 2020 /

Father Rothrock was sent to Siberia – we look at Judases who balk at worship of God and suggest helping the poor instead – Gramsci’s transformed Marxist Church

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Why Not Give to the Catholic Campaign for Human Development?

By Stephanie Block / September 12, 2015 /

Hasn’t it undergone a major overhaul recently? When asked to explain, in a nutshell, why a Catholic might continue to oppose the annual Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) collection, despite recent protestations that the CCHD has put its house in order, there are four solid responses: CCHD continues to make grants to organizations that…

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From Under the Rubble…Defining Conservatism Down

By Christopher Manion / January 12, 2014 /

Every New Year the usual suspects on the Left generously offer their advice on how to preserve and protect the Republican Party. This time around, two of the liberal media’s anointed “conservatives,” Peter Wehner and Michael Gerson, take their turn. In several recent offerings, these co-authors attack the Tea Party and insist that, to “save…

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Standing on Two Feet? Does the USCCB get Social Justice?

By Stephanie Block / June 7, 2013 /

For years, Catholic educators have used the visual of two footprints to explain the difference between two kinds of charitable works, that is, the traditional “works of mercy” and what is, in some places, called “social justice.” This latter work is explained in different ways, depending on the degree of fidelity given material has to…

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