Globalization and the Church of the Poor
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Part One: Globalization and the Church of the Poor
Putting People before Profits: Globalization and Poverty
MARYANN CUSIMANO LOVE
The ‘Option for the Poor’ in the Magisterium: Catholic Social Thought from Vatican II to the Aparecida Conference
PAULO FERNANDO CARNEIRO DE ANDRADE
The Way Ahead
CARLOS MESTERS AND FRANCISCO OROFINO
The Dignity the Poor Demand after Liberation in South Africa
GERALD O. WEST
The Fruits of a Friendship with Those who are Marginalized
ETIENNE GRIEU SJ (SÈVRES JESUITS)
The Poor after Liberation Theology
JUNG MO SUNG
Part Two: Poverty and Resistance in Global Contexts
Migrants and the Church in the Age of Globalization: An Asian Perspective
GEMMA TULUD CRUZ
Urgent: The War on Drugs Has Failed
Ecological and Ethical Implications of Pirating the Resources of Africa
Unemployment in the First World: The US Experience
KENNETH HIMES, OFM
Part Three: Theological Forum
The Pope at the Border
DENIS KIM SJ
Ukrainian Maidan: The Civil Mobilization for Dignity and the Religious Situation in Ukraine
An Extraordinary Synod on the Family – But Where Were the Women?
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