Last article of section "Social Doctrine of the Church"
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"
The president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, Cardinal Peter Turkson, has said hunger and malnourishment are tragic, horrendous and scandalous and must be urgently addressed …read more
The last decade or so has been a difficult time for Catholics and the Catholic Church in the United States, observed Sam Gregg in the introduction to his latest book. The somewhat unlikely …read more
In his first message to the presidents of Europe’s bishops’ conferences, Pope Francis expressed his appreciation and closeness to their work in Europe, in particular their reflections on the …read more
Here is a statement released today by seven Catholic agencies working for social justice in Ireland. * * * As Catholic organisations working in the field of social justice, we come together …read more
Here is the final part of an address given last week by Archbishop Giampaolo Crepaldi, former secretary of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, and archbishop of Trieste, Italy. * * …read more