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introduction
1. Journal of Catholic Social Thought: Volume > 10 > Issue: 2
Johan Verstraeten Catholic Social Thought and the Movements: Towards Social Discernment and a Transformative Presence in the World
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Michael Schuck The Catholic Church and the Movements: Revisiting the History of Catholic Social Thought
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John A. Coleman, S.J. Social Movements and Catholic Social Thought: A Sociological Perspective
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Ellen Van Stichel Movements Struggling for Justice within the Church: A Theological Response to John Coleman’s Sociological Approach
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Erik Borgman Catholic Social Movements, Community Building and Politics
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Ann Marie Mealey Reply to Erik Borgman: ‘Catholic Social Movements: Community Building and Politics’
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Kristin E. Heyer The Social Witness and Theo-political Imagination of the Movements: Creating a New Social Space as a Challenge to Catholic Social Thought
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social movements in action
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Anna Rowlands The Dialectics of Democracy: Broad-Based Community Organizing, Catholic Social Teaching and Asylum-Seeking in a UK Context
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Elias López Ready to Become “Collateral Damage”: A Jesuit Refugee Service Experience
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Simona Beretta An Example from the World of the ‘Movimenti’: Social Action in Comunione e Liberazione
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personal experiences with regional movements
11. Journal of Catholic Social Thought: Volume > 10 > Issue: 2
Daniel Franklin Pilario, C.M. Catholic Movements in the Philippines: Clashes with Institutional Powers
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David G. Kirchhoffer What We Have Learned: Catholic Social Thought and the Movements in Australia
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B. Callebaut The Reception of CST and the ‘Movimenti’ Phenomenon in the Latin American Context: A Critical View
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Antonieta Potente, O.P. Liberation Theology as a Movement and its Movements: Catholics’ Dilemma
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conclusion
15. Journal of Catholic Social Thought: Volume > 10 > Issue: 2
David Hollenbach, S.J. Sustaining Catholic Social Engagement: A Key Role for Movements in the Church Today
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introduction
16. Journal of Catholic Social Thought: Volume > 10 > Issue: 1
Barbara Wall Catholic Social Teaching and Human Rights
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The natural rights with which we have been dealing are, however, inseparably connected, in the very person who is their subject, with just as many respectiveduties; and rights as well as duties find their source, their sustenance and their inviolability in the natural law which grants or enjoins them.Since men are social by nature they are meant to live with others and to work for one another’s welfare. A well-ordered human society requires that men recognize and observe their mutual rights and duties. It also demands that each contribute generously to the establishment of a civic order in which rights and duties are more sincerely and effectively acknowledged and fulfilled.
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David Hollenbach, S.J. Pacem in Terris and Human Rights
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human rights in africa
18. Journal of Catholic Social Thought: Volume > 10 > Issue: 1
John F. Murphy International Human Rights and Sub-Saharan Africa: No Longer an Oxymoron?
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John Ashworth, Maura Ryan "One Nation from Every Tribe, Tongue and People": The Church and Strategic Peacebuilding in South Sudan
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Mary Ann Glendon The Influence of Catholic Social Doctrine on Human Rights
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