"The Church's Social Teaching: from Rerum Novarum to 1931" (1991)
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Why the renewed interest in Catholic economic thinking? (Micah 2002)
Why the renewed interest in Catholic economic thinking? (Micah 2002)
Date added: 05/07/2002
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Why the Church stresses social justice so strongly today (Micah 2006)
Why the Church stresses social justice so strongly today (Micah 2006)
Date added: 10/12/2006
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Why the Church speaks so strongly on social justice (Kairos 2003)
Why the Church speaks so strongly on social justice (Kairos 2003)
Date added: 21/09/2003
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The Voice of the Vatican (Eureka Street 2005)
The Voice of the Vatican (Eureka Street 2005)
Date added: 21/11/2005
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The Pope's call for a fresh social engagement (Talk 2001 pp 6)
The Pope's call for a fresh social engagement (Talk 2001 pp 6)
Date added: 06/09/2001
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The Catholic Church and Economic Development (LTJ 1991 pp 6)
The Catholic Church and Economic Development (LTJ 1991 pp 6)
Date added: 05/08/1991
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St Luke's call to be Good News to all the earth (Talk Ballaret 2004 pp 12)
St Luke's call to be Good News to all the earth (Talk Ballaret 2004 pp 12)
Date added: 21/11/2004
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Social Justice and Catholic Thinking (Catholic Weekly 2003)
Social Justice and Catholic Thinking (Catholic Weekly 2003)
Date added: 19/01/2003
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Social Catholicism on democracy, stakeholding and government (Talk 1999 pp 14)
Social Catholicism on democracy, stakeholding and government (Talk 1999 pp 14)
Date added: 17/04/1999
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Social and distributive justice - neglected but necessary for social reform (Micah 2004)
Social and distributive justice - neglected but necessary for social reform (Micah 2004)
Date added: 26/09/2004
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Fr Bruce Duncan was ordained in the Redemptorist order in 1971. He studied economics and politics at the University of Sydney, completing his doctorate in political science in 1987. Since 1986, he has taught at Yarra Theological Union in Box Hill in Melbourne, where he co-ordinates the program of social justice studies. He was a member of the Melbourne Catholic Commission for Justice, Development and Peace from 1994 to 2007, and worked from 1999 to 2007 as a consultant with Catholic Social Services Victoria. He is one of the founders of Social Policy Connections, and also of the Yarra Institute for Religion and Social Policy based at Yarra Theological Union.

 

 

 

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