Catholic Social Teaching and Pope Benedict XVI
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"Charles Curran has provided in this brief work an insightful, fair, and lucid guidebook for anyone wishing to understand the social teaching of Benedict XVI."—Kenneth R. Himes, OFM, Boston College
"Curran carefully highlights the continuities and discontinuities of Benedict's two encyclicals within the long view of Catholic social teaching. The analysis and writing are clearly focused and crisp. Overall, the work makes a much-needed contribution to understanding the thought and impact of Pope Benedict. Faculty, graduate students, and seminarians who teach and study Catholic social teaching will all benefit from using this text."—Marvin L. Mich, President, Greater Rochester Community of Churches, Faith in Action Network, author of The Challenge and Spirituality of Catholic Social Teaching
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