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Who is my neighbor?: How six people came to work for human rights - by Christopher Ringwald

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U.S. Catholic Bishops - Social Development & World Peace - A rich source of documents, articles, news, and links to other organizations.

A new section on the site is of particular interest to educators: A Place at the Table - Resources for Parishes and Dioceses. These resources aim at helping reflection and action on this important message: to be "ever more faithful witnesses of God's love and justice, protecting the dignity of all God's children, especially the poor and vulnerable." This page give access to Education/Formation Resources adapted to : Elementary; Secondary; Youth/Young; Adult; College/University; Adult.

Justice Education in Catholic Schools - a sub-group of the the Catholic Commission for Justice, Development and Peace, Melbourne, Australia. The site contains resources and links on international and national social justice issues and articles on social justice educations.

A Handbook of Catholic Social Teaching
By Gerald Darring, adjunct instructor of Theology at Spring Hill College, Mobile, Alabama. Originally published in 1987. Notes, quotations, questions, and paths to reflection on the following Issues:
Social Justice - Economic Justice - Political Justice - Discrimination - War and Peace - Criminal Justice.

Catholic Social Justice Catholic Social Teaching - An eclectic collection of links, quotations, prayers, and notes on Catholic Social Justice.

Professor Incandela's "Catholic Social Thought" Online Resources - A extensive and useful listing of annotated links organized by specific ethical issues. Professor Incandela teaches at Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame Indiana.

“That’s Not Fair!” is a curriculum designed to help students (6th grade and up) understand the main themes of Catholic Social Teaching. The program, having been endorsed by Bishop Raymond Boland, Bishop of Kansas City-St. Joseph Diocese, includes activities and materials to help students gain a realistic understanding of the poor. The final outcome of “That’s Not Fair!” is to involve students in advocacy on behalf of people who are less fortunate, or who cannot speak on their own behalf.



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