McCormick, Richard A.,, Curran, Charles E.Griffin, Leslie. (Eds.) (©2001) The Catholic Church, morality, and politics /New York : Paulist Press,MLA Citation
McCormick, Richard A.,, Curran, Charles E.Griffin, Leslie., eds. The Catholic Church, Morality, And Politics. New York : Paulist Press, ©2001. Print.
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The Catholic Church, morality, and politics /
edited by Charles E. Curran and Leslie Griffin.
|Names:||McCormick, Richard A., | Curran, Charles E. | Griffin, Leslie.|
|Published:||New York : Paulist Press, ©2001.|
Readings in moral theology ; no. 12.
|Topics:||Christianity and politics - United States. | Christian ethics - United States. | Christianity and politics - Catholic Church. | Christian ethics - Catholic authors. | Catholic Church - Influence.|
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|245||04|aThe Catholic Church, morality, and politics /|cedited by Charles E. Curran and Leslie Griffin.|
|260|||aNew York :|bPaulist Press,|c©2001.|
|300|||axiii, 384 pages :|billustrations ;|c21 cm.|
|490||1 |aReadings in moral theology ;|vno. 12|
|504|||aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 383-384).|
|505||00|gForeword /|rCharles E. Curran, Leslie Griffin --|gPart one : The legacy of John Courtney Murray --|tMurray's contribution /|rJ. Bryan Hehir --|tA possible role for biblical religion in public life /|rJohn A. Coleman --|tRevisiting John Courtney Murray : the question of method in public theology /|rRobert W. McElroy --|tThe retreat from Murray /|rLeslie Griffin --|tThe neoconservative difference : a proposal for the renewal of church and society /|rGeorge Weigel --|tCaesar's coin : religion and politics in America /|rRichard P. McBrien --|tReligion, morality, and politics /|rDavid Hollenbach --|gPart two : Public theology and the public square --|tHistory of Christian political activism : a Catholic experience /|rDavid J. O'Brien --|tThe church's moral involvement in society /|rCharles E. Curran --|tA public faith : Christian witness in society /|rMichael J. Himes, Kenneth R. Himes --|tTheology in the public form /|rRichard A. McCormick --|tThe naked public square : a metaphor reconsidered /|rRichard John Neuhaus --|gPart three : The church's public role : U.S. Bishops and commentators --|tFaithful citizenship : civic responsibility for a new millennium /|rUnited States Catholic Conference Administrative Board --|tConsistent ethic of life /|rJoseph L. Bernardin --|tVoting the gospel of life /|rJames T. McHugh --|tThe church and the political order : the role of the Catholic Bishops in the United States /|rJ. Bryan Hehir --|tWhen Shepherds are sheep /|rGeorge Weigel --|tA cardinal error : does the seamless garment make sense? /|rMichael Pakaluk --|tThe church in the public forum : scandal or prophetic witness? /|rMargaret A. Farley --|tThe bishops and the ruling class : the moral formation of public policy /|rJohn T. Noonan, Jr. --|t... Or exhortation to consider abortion above all? ;|tCatholic politicians and the death penalty /|rRobert F. Drinan --|gPart four : Particular issues --|tGetting ready for the Catholic moment /|rRichard John Newhaus --|tWait a moment now! /|rRembert G. Weakland --|tBeyond the simple market-state dichotomy /|rMary Ann Glendon --|tThe crisis of the welfare state /|rMichael Novak --|tThe Pope and capitalism /|rDavid Hollenbach --|tMurray, American pluralism and the abortion controversy /|rMary C. Segers --|tWhat would John Courtney Murray say on abortion and euthanasia? /|rTodd David Whitmore --|tLaw, morality, and "sexual orientation" /|rJohn M. Finnis --|tSexual orientation and human rights in American religious discourse : a Roman Catholic perspective /|rCharles E. Curran --|tReligious morality and political choice /|rMichael J. Perry --|tGood Catholics should be Rawlsian liberals /|rLeslie Griffin.|
|520|||aVolume twelve in the always popular Readings in Moral Theology Series addresses the complex interrelationship of religion, morality and public policy from the viewpoint of the Catholic Church, and not primarily from the perspective of the First Amendment. In keeping with the approach of the series, the editors have brought together previously published articles and chapters. To facilitate reading and further discussion, they have divided this work into four parts: I The Legacy of John Courtney Murray II Public Theology and the Public Square III The Church's Public Role: U.S. Bishops and Commentators IV Particular Issues The editors present the full range of opinions within the Catholic Church today, allowing the reader to form his or her own judgment. Noteworthy is the dedication of this work to the late Richard A. McCormick, co-editor of the first eleven volumes.|
|650||0|aChristianity and politics|zUnited States.|
|650||0|aChristian ethics|zUnited States.|
|650||0|aChristianity and politics|xCatholic Church.|
|650||0|aChristian ethics|xCatholic authors.|
|700||1 |aMcCormick, Richard A.,|d1922-2000,|ehonouree.|
|700||1 |aCurran, Charles E.|
|700||1 |aGriffin, Leslie.|
|830||0|aReadings in moral theology ;|vno. 12.|