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The Smarter Sentencing Act (S. 1410) is a “modest first step in reforming our nation’s broken sentencing policies,” said the chair of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development and the president of Catholic Charities USA in a March 27 letter to the U.S. Senate supporting the bill. Archb...read more
Articles from section "Social Doctrine of the Church"
Dr. Alejandro Chafuen serves as president of the Atlas Foundation, a non-governmental organization. The foundation aims to promote “a free, prosperous and peaceful world where limited …read more
In an article published in L'Osservatore Romano, Cardinal Reinhard Marx, Archbishop of Munich, has stressed the need for financial policies that are oriented towards the good of the people, …read more
Catholic social doctrine is often misunderstood and as often, simply ignored. A new book seeks to remedy this by providing an overview of more than a century of papal writings. “For a long …read more
What should be the contribution of the faith-based sector to the shaping of a more just and sustainable future for our society? This was the central question at the conference held today in …read more
Less than two months after the Holy Father traveled to the Italian Island of Sardinia, the first fruits can be seen of his visit. During the last meeting of the regional episcopal conference, …read more