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part iii. book reviews
61. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
Kevin H. Govern George P. Fletcher and Richard V. Meyer, editors, Law and The Bible, Volume One: A Collective Genesis
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62. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
Richard S. Myers Stefanus Hendrianto, S.J., editor, Priests, Lawyers, and Scholars: Essays in Honor of Robert J. Araujo, S J.
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63. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
David W. Bryant Michael Hickey, Catholic Social Teaching and Distributism: Toward a New Economy
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64. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
Peter J. Colosi Dietrich von Hildebrand, The Encyclical Humanae Vitae: A Sign of Contradiction. An Essay on Birth Control and Catholic Conscience
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65. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
Steven Abell Gerard Cardinal Müller with Fr. Carlos Granados, The Cardinal Müller Report: An Exclusive Interview on the State of the Church
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David A. Tamisiea Roger Nutt, General Principles of Sacramental Theology
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67. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
James R. Gaston Alberto Martinez Piedra, No God, No Civilization: The New Atheism & the Fantasy of Perpetual Progress
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68. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
John F. Quinn Adam L. Tate, Catholics’ Lost Cause: South Carolina Catholics and the American South, 1820-1861
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69. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
Gerard M. McKeegan John M. Travaline and Louise A. Mitchell, editors, Catholic Witness in Health Care: Practicing Medicine in Truth & Love
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70. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
Nathan Pinkoski Geoffrey M. Vaughan, editor, Leo Strauss and His Catholic Readers
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71. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
Andrew M. Essig George Weigel, The Fragility of Order: Catholic Reflections on Turbulent Times
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72. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
Michael Curry Robert M. Whaples, editor, Pope Francis and the Caring Society
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73. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
James R. Kelly Garry Wills, What the Qur’an Meant and Why It Matters
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part iv. public and church affairs
74. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
Stephen M. Krason The Harms of Same-Sex Parenting: The Child Maltreatment that No One Mentions
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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 solid social science research that shows the harms to children raised in same-sex households. He says that in spite of this the child protective system (CPS), which seems to regard such things as spanking and free-range parenting as child abuse/neglect apparently does not view the harms of same-sex parenting to be worthy of investigating. Krason suggests that this is because of the ideological biases that characterize the CPS.
75. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
Stephen M. Krason Old and New Tyrannies Borne of Lust
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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 discusses how the current oppressive actions directed against those who oppose or dissent on religious grounds to various aspects of the sexual revolution—such as the agenda of the homosexualist movement—are in line with the oppressive actions directed against those who opposed blatant sexual immorality by politically powerful figures at earlier historical times, such as King Henry VIII in England. Effectively, sexual immorality has at times in history paved the way for political tyranny and reshaped nations.
76. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
Guillermo Montes Main Themes and Problems with Oeconomicae et Pecuniariae Quaestiones
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This brief article discusses Oeconomicae et Pecuniariae Quaestiones, a document published by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and the Discatery for Promoting Integral Human Development in May, 2018. The document focused on analyzing the current economic-financial global system and raised questions about its functioning from an ethical perspective rooted in Catholic social teaching. This article describes the structure, some themes, and some recommendations from the document; as well as some problems with the document that limit its influence.
77. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
Joseph A. Varacalli Comment: American Civilization, Catholic Social Thought, and the Populist-Oriented Social Policy of President Donald J. Trump
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This Comment concerns itself with the relationship between the social policies of U.S. President Donald J. Trump and, respectively, American civilization and Catholic social thought. Also included are discussions of two recent American populist social movements, the Tea Party and that one generated by a commitment to the Trump Presidency, insofar as the latter relates to the primary focus of this Comment.
part v. documentation
78. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
Stephen M. Krason In Memoriam: John A. Gueguen (1933-2018)
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79. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
Msgr. Robert J. Batule In Memoriam: Bishop Robert C. Morlino (1946–2018)
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80. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 24
Msgr. Robert J. Batule In Memoriam: Rev. James V. Schall, S.J. (1928–2019)
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