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part iii. book reviews
31. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 23
Emil B. Berendt William Aylott Orton, The Economic Role of the State
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32. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 23
Kevin Schmiesing Nicholas K. Rademacher, Paul Hanly Furfey: Priest, Scientist, Social Reformer
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Robert F. Gorman Ronald J. Rychlak and Jane F. Adolphe, editors, The Persecution and Genocide of Christians in the Middle East: Prevention, Prohibition, & Prosecution
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Paul Krause Lloyd Sandelands, Love First: Toward a Christian Humanism
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part iv. public and church affairs
35. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 23
Stephen M. Krason The Charlie Gard Case: A Coming Together of Current Troublesome Realities
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This was one of SCSS President Stephen M. Krason’s “Neither Left nor Right, but Catholic” columns that appear monthly in Crisis and The Wanderer. It discusses the tragic case of Charlie Gard, the baby who a U.K. hospital would not discharge so his parents could take him to the U.S. for experimental treatment for a rare, normally terminal DNA disorder that might have saved his life. Krason says that the case illustrated a number of dangerous current trends in Western political societies: the advancement of the euthanasia/“quality of life” mindset, the suppression of parental rights by both child protective-type agencies and courts that are overly-deferential to them, runaway judicial power generally, the increasing authoritarianism of functional experts (in the Charlie Gard case it was medical experts), and the unwillingness of elected political officials and leaders to come to the aid of the citizenry by standing up to them and the unelected bureaucrats and judges who protect them and more generally to uphold the traditional legal norms and principles that they are violating.
36. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 23
Stephen M. Krason Nostra Aetate and the Catholic Response to Islam
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This was one of SCSS President Stephen M. Krason’s “Neither Left nor Right, but Catholic” columns that appear monthly in Crisis and The Wanderer. It argues that a correct reading of the Vatican II document Nostra Aetate, while stressing interreligious understanding and noting certain common beliefs, in no way precludes a reasonable critique of Islam or criticism of its background and tenets from a Catholic standpoint.
37. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 23
Stephen M. Krason Conservatism, Economics, Social Welfare, and Catholic Social Teaching
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This was one of SCSS President Stephen M. Krason’s “Neither Left nor Right, but Catholic” columns that appear monthly in Crisis and The Wanderer. In it, he summarizes his conclusions about the conformity of current American conservatism with Catholic social teaching—as put forth in the papal social encyclicals—on the subject of economics and social welfare policy from his 2017 book, Catholicism and American Political Ideologies. (In that book, several other major public policy areas and current conservative political philosophy generally were also examined.) His analysis is based on the 2012 Republican party platform, which was held to be a particularly conservative document—and thus a good measure of current conservative thinking on public policy questions. He concludes that American conservative thinking about economics and social welfare policy conforms reasonably well—certainly not perfectly—with Catholic social teaching.
part v. documentation
38. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 23
Linda Nicolosi In Memoriam: Dr. Joseph Nicolosi (1947-2017)
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39. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 23
Stephen M. Krason, D. Brian Scarnecchia Letter to the Honorable Kare R. Aas, Ambassador of Norway to the U.S.A.
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40. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 23
Stephen M. Krason, D. Brian Scarnecchia Letter to the Honorable William Schuette, Attorney General of Michigan
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