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1. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 1
Stephen M. Krason Toward a Genuine Catholic Social Science
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2. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 1
Editor's Message: Our Areopagus
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Schedule of Presentations for the First Three Society of Catholic Social Scientists' National Conferences: 1993, 1994, 1995
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4. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 10
Society of Catholic Social Scientists - Philippines Chapter A National Perfidy (a position paper presented by the Society of Catholic Social Scientists - Philippines Chapter)
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This is a position paper presented by the Society of Catholic Social Scientists Philippines Chapter reacting to House Bills No.16, 2029, 2042 and 2550 in the Congress of the Philippines, which are measures to control population growth in the Philippines
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Documentation
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Stratford Caldecott The Sane Economy Project of the G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith and Culture
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Annual Conference Schedule
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Members’ Accomplishments
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9. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 11
Mark Lowery, Carson Holloway Correction
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Members’ Accomplishments
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Anthony P. Di Perna Dr. Donald A. Doyle – A Eulogy
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Stephen M. Krason The Importance of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists’ Apostolate
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This was a lecture presented at the beginning of the Society of Catholic Scientists’ spring 2005 conference on “Psychology Informed by Faith and Reason” at St. Gregory the Great Seminary, Seward, Nebraska (Lincoln Diocese), May 20-21, 2005. The audience included scholars, practicing professionals, and students.
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Anne Hendershott Report on the Presentation of the 2005 Society of Catholic Social Scientists’ Blessed Frederic Ozanam Award for Catholic Social Actionto Karl Keating
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Schedule for the SCSS Spring 2005 Confernce on “Psychology informed by Faith and Reason”
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James Likoudis Christopher Dawson, Historian of Christian Divisions and Prophet of Christian Unity
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This address was delivered at the 8th Annual Christopher Dawson Lecture sponsored by the Humanities and Catholic Culture Program at Franciscan University of Steubenville, on October 28, 2005, as part of the annual Society of Catholic Social Scientists conference. James Likoudis is President Emeritus of Catholics United for the Faith, a long-time writer on Church topics, a Catholic apologist, and former history professor.
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13th Annual National Conference Schedule
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King Juan Carlos I Drs. Felix D.Almaraz, Jr., Patrick Foley, and Ricardo Romo
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The Society Of Catholic Social Scientists 15th Annual Meeting
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Dianne Traflet R.I.P. Deacon William Toth, Ph.D.
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Msgr. Robert Batule Conference Address on Biotechnological Change
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In the field of biotechnology, developments are far-reaching and frequent. As soon as we hear of one breakthrough, another is usually not far behind. The pace of change alone has made conditions unfavorable for the kind of moral analysis that is needed. As we struggle to keep up with all that is new on the scientific side of the field, we ought to turn to something that is old—as in forty years old now—for critical moral discernment. At a conference on biotechnology last year at theCatholic Studies Center of the Nassau Community College in Garden City, NewYork, Msgr. Robert J. Batule, Professor of Systematic Theology at Immaculate Conception Seminary in Huntington, New York, noted how the encyclical Humanae Vitae at 40 is helping us to respond intelligently and humanely to the challenges arising from rapid technological change. Here is the address he offered on the occasion.
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