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News tagged with "Catholic social teaching"

August 9, 2011

Notre Dame Economist Releases Small-Group Guide to Economic Justice

Charles K. Wilber, University of Notre Dame emeritus professor of economics, has released his new book, Catholics Acting and Spending Justly, a timely resource for Catholics looking to incorporate Church teaching into their everyday economic decisions, and modeled after the See-Judge-Act method of Catholic practice popularized by Cardinal Joseph Cardijn and formally recognized by Pope John XXII in his encyclical Mater et Magistra.

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June 14, 2011

Alborghetti Offers Readers a Spirituality of Service for Everyday Life

Notre Dame, IN—In her new book, A Willing Heart, bestselling author Marci Alborghetti explains how the trauma of a home robbery became the catalyst for a renewed vision of Christian service. Alborghetti shows readers how they too can incorporate service into their chaotic and busy lives in ways that are both rewarding and manageable. Alborghetti uses anecdotes from her own life and the lives of saints such as St. Paul and St. Francis of Assisi, combined with meditations on service, excerpts from psalms, and practical tips, to guide readers into a spirituality of service for everyday life.

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