Paperback / softback
May 27, 2022
9781953936073
English
268
9.00 Inches (US)
6.00 Inches (US)
.85 Pounds (US)
$34.95 USD
v2.1 Reference

Manual de Doctrina Social de la Iglesia

Una guia para los cristianos en el mundo de hoy

Edited by Martin Schlag
Foreword by Peter K.A. Turkson
Los cristianos a lo largo de los siglos han buscado poner en práctica el mandamiento de Cristo de amar al prójimo, y con el paso del tiempo, la Iglesia ha formulado una enseñanza social para ayudar en esta tarea. Este manual es un resumen accesible del Compendio de la Doctrina Social de la Iglesia publicado por el Vaticano en 2004, en forma de cuestión y respuesta. Sigue la estructura y los contenidos del Compendio (natura, historia y conceptos de la Doctrina Social de la Iglesia; dignidad humana; los principios y valores de la Doctrina Social; familia; trabajo; economía; política; comunidad internacional; ecología; paz; cultura). A la vez, ofrece una serie de nuevos desafíos para el pensamiento católico sobre la sociedad: género; inmigración; envejecimiento; hambre; medios sociales de comunicación. Esta versión latinoamericana contiene también unas setenta citaciones del Consejo Episcopal Latinoamericano. Este volumen pretende ser un manual para la vida de los cristianos en el mundo. No puede quedarse solo en teoría, sino ofrece un examen de conciencia para examinarse a sí mismo: ¿Que haría Jesús si estuviese en mi lugar?

About the Authors

Martin Schlag is Alan W. Moss endowed chair for Catholic Social Thought of the John A. Ryan Institute in the Center for Catholic Studies at the University of St. Thomas (Minnesota). Cardinal Peter K.A. Turkson is Prefect of the Dicastery for the Promotion of Integral Human Development.

Reviews

"Mathematical measurement and modeling of economic transactions may convey the misleading impression that business decisions are driven by quantitative analysis and not values. Martin Schlag, Domenec Melé, and their colleagues draw on Pope Francis's writings and the growing academic literature on spirituality in the workplace to shine a light on the humanity that is at the heart of all economic activity. The essays point to the potential for this humanity to act as a counterbalance to inequality and suggest paths toward more sustainable forms of capitalism."—Stefanie Ann Lenway, Dean and Opus Distinguished Chair, Opus College of Business, University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis-St. Paul

"Manual de Doctrina Social de la Iglesia is timely in a business world that seems to grow more disenchanting and dehumanizing by the day. The more specific focus on the logic of gift is an exciting new development in thinking about business spirituality."—Lloyd Sandelands, University of Michigan

"As the flooded market of 'social enterprises' and books on finding meaning in business make clear, Pope Francis, and before him, Pope Benedict XVI, strike a nerve when they call for an economy centered on the human person, operating on the logic of charity, and which includes the poor in developing solutions to their own needs. The question is: how? Not every 'spiritual' solution is practicable or sustainable, or worthy of the human person. With this fine collection of essays, Martin Schlag makes a worthy contribution to those of us considering this 'how' — how to live as a Christian disciple in the world of business."—Andreas Widmer, Director, Ciocca Center for Principled Entrepreneurship, The Catholic University of America

9781953936073 : manual-de-doctrina-social-de-la-iglesia-schlag-turkson
Paperback / softback
268 Pages
$34.95 USD