Check out my post on St. Joseph’s Feast, the occupy movement and labor unions over at CatholicVote.org http://www.catholicvote.org/discuss/index.php?p=29699
We should keep before us the fact that it was in the labor of St. Joseph that he worked out his salvation. He used what he got, and we now recognize him worldwide as a model for the just man.
This second thing, then, is that whatever “getting my life in order” means it probably involves loving the poor, the lame, the dying, the sick with a greater zeal than what I have now.
Check out my post over at CatholicVote.org. http://www.catholicvote.org/discuss/index.php?p=28944
So, you want to help the poor, convert your neighbor, be wildly attractive to those who come to know you? Go to Mass.
“Vocation of the Business Leader, A Reflection” draws on the Church’s social doctrine.It is a document that is supremely contemporary and addresses the reality and the challenges of trying to do business ethically and with a religious conscience in our day and age.
One of the pressing issues in Washington these days is the drive to cut foreign aid. If anything, we need to increase foreign aid significantly.
The work of the social teaching is not mere justice. It is the radical transformation of the world to Christ Jesus and his terrifyingly beautiful love.
Some people have been asking how it is they talk about this HHS mandate rule to friends and family who are not Catholic. Well, here’s a way to do it that can resonate with everyone.
Just wage is a right, but not for everyone or at all times. Neither is it necessarily to be enforced by the State. There is much to learn about the just wage.
The remedy to Barack Obama is not the Republican Party, or the Tea Party, or the Constitution Party or any party. It is the realization that we are sinners in need of a savior who has already so wonderfully revealed his Mercy that we can do nothing else but to respond with a joyous yes.
What the Obama Administrations Health and Human Services Department (HHS) has done is an attack, which is why Catholics need to be well-informed about what is going on so that they can tell their neighbors about it. So, here are the facts.
Let us pray to St. Anthony for the courage to resist the devil with the fervor of a follower of Christ and for the grace to display that same courage as we remind our political leaders about their obligations to justice, the poor, and their own eternal souls.
I’ve said it on this blog before and I’ll say it again, education is a social justice issue, and it is increasingly becoming one of the more important issues for us to consider.
Do the libertarians escape the accusation that they ignore solidarity? Nope. Ignoring the good the state does and banking on the good intentions of individual institutions is not solidarity.