Intersecting Catholicism, Citizenship, and Capitalism
By John A. Moore
Effective approaches to social justice must include spiritual and civic elements that go well beyond the material needs of less-fortunate people, and these essentials are best served through grassroots campaigns rather than top-down government programs. This truth becomes clearer when we contrast the writings of thinkers such as Catholic conservative Michael Novak and liberation theologist Gustavo Gutiérrez.
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