The Resource American Catholic thought on social questions

American Catholic thought on social questions

Label
American Catholic thought on social questions
Title
American Catholic thought on social questions
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Action
committed to retain for EAST
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1903-1965
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Abell, Aaron Ignatius
Index
no index present
LC call number
BX1753
LC item number
.A6 1968
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The American heritage series, 58
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Christian sociology
  • Catholicisme/Société, Etats-Unis, 19e siècle-1962, Tudes
  • Société/Catholicisme, Etats-Unis, 19e siècle-1962, Tudes
  • Sociale (doctrine) de l'Eglise
  • Etats-Unis
  • Etats-Unis
  • Christian sociology
Label
American Catholic thought on social questions
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. xliii-liv
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Liberty and enlightenment not obstacles to Catholic growth/ Archbishop John Hughes, 1856 -- Catholics and America's providential mission / Orestes A. Brownson, 1856 -- The threat of Americanization of the immigrant/ Anton H. Walburg, 1889 -- The danger of "socialistic Communism"/ George Dering Wolff, 1878 -- A Christian Communist's quest for the "Eden of labor"/ T. Wharton Collens, 1870 -- Against sectarian partisanship in public institutions/ Levi Silliman Ives, 1857 -- New tasks in Catholic charity/ The Paulist viewpoint, 1868 -- Moral guidelines and support for Catholic societies/ Pastoral letter from Third Plenary Council of Baltimore, 1884 -- Frontier colonization to solve urban evils/ Bishop John Lancaster Spalding, 1880 -- The stake of the Catholic Church in the labor movement/ James Cardinal Gibbons, 1916 -- An insurgent priest's defense of common property in land/ Edward McGlynn, 1887 -- The Society of St Vincent de Paul in the charity organization movement/ Thomas M. Mulry, 1898 -- For social reform and Americanization/ Baltimore Catholic Congress, 1889 -- A Catholic version of the gospel of wealth/ Peter L. Foy, 1889 -- A conservative view of the church's social mission/ Conde B. Pallen, 1890 -- Grievances redressed by Federation of Catholic Societies/ Bishop James A. McFaul, 1904 -- The "living wage" philosophy/ John A, Ryan, 1902 -- A "labor" priest's plea for social reform/ Peter E. Dietz, 1909 -- Social science a part of theological study/ William J. Kerby, 1900 -- The need for trained social workers/ Charles Patrick Neill, 1914 -- The tension between volunteers and professionals in Catholic charities/ Henry Sommerville, 1917 -- A program for Catholic childcaring homes/ The Sisters' Conference, 1923 -- Diocesan organization in charity/ Monsignor Robert F. Keegan, 1932 -- The bishop's program of social reconstruction from Pronouncement, 1920 -- A basis for a rural program/ Edwin V. O'Hara, 1920 -- A blueprint for economic planning/ Michael J. O'Shaughnessy, 1932 -- Constitutional crisis and social justice/ National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1935 -- Teh evolution of company unions into industrial councils/ Aloysius J. Muench, 1935 -- Social justice through public ownership and control/ Charles E. Coughlin, 1935 -- Statement of principles/ Association of Catholic Trade Unions, 1938 -- Decent poverty the social ideal/Dorothy Day, 1939 -- Democracy the best and only just form of government/ Mortimer Adler and Walter Farrell, 1945 -- A new look at church and state/ John Courntey Murray, 1949 -- "Utility of social science for religion"/ Joseph H. Fichter, 1956 -- The role of government in a pluralistic economy/ John F. Cronin, 1956 -- An attack on "compulsory unionism"/ Goetz A. Briefs, 1960 -- A progress report on industry councils/ Rupert J. Ederer, 1961 -- Community v. Catholic interests in the new pluralist society/ Daniel Callahan, 1963
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
lv, 571 pages
Lccn
66030548
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other control number
001416530
System control number
(OCoLC)648644
Label
American Catholic thought on social questions
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. xliii-liv
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Liberty and enlightenment not obstacles to Catholic growth/ Archbishop John Hughes, 1856 -- Catholics and America's providential mission / Orestes A. Brownson, 1856 -- The threat of Americanization of the immigrant/ Anton H. Walburg, 1889 -- The danger of "socialistic Communism"/ George Dering Wolff, 1878 -- A Christian Communist's quest for the "Eden of labor"/ T. Wharton Collens, 1870 -- Against sectarian partisanship in public institutions/ Levi Silliman Ives, 1857 -- New tasks in Catholic charity/ The Paulist viewpoint, 1868 -- Moral guidelines and support for Catholic societies/ Pastoral letter from Third Plenary Council of Baltimore, 1884 -- Frontier colonization to solve urban evils/ Bishop John Lancaster Spalding, 1880 -- The stake of the Catholic Church in the labor movement/ James Cardinal Gibbons, 1916 -- An insurgent priest's defense of common property in land/ Edward McGlynn, 1887 -- The Society of St Vincent de Paul in the charity organization movement/ Thomas M. Mulry, 1898 -- For social reform and Americanization/ Baltimore Catholic Congress, 1889 -- A Catholic version of the gospel of wealth/ Peter L. Foy, 1889 -- A conservative view of the church's social mission/ Conde B. Pallen, 1890 -- Grievances redressed by Federation of Catholic Societies/ Bishop James A. McFaul, 1904 -- The "living wage" philosophy/ John A, Ryan, 1902 -- A "labor" priest's plea for social reform/ Peter E. Dietz, 1909 -- Social science a part of theological study/ William J. Kerby, 1900 -- The need for trained social workers/ Charles Patrick Neill, 1914 -- The tension between volunteers and professionals in Catholic charities/ Henry Sommerville, 1917 -- A program for Catholic childcaring homes/ The Sisters' Conference, 1923 -- Diocesan organization in charity/ Monsignor Robert F. Keegan, 1932 -- The bishop's program of social reconstruction from Pronouncement, 1920 -- A basis for a rural program/ Edwin V. O'Hara, 1920 -- A blueprint for economic planning/ Michael J. O'Shaughnessy, 1932 -- Constitutional crisis and social justice/ National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1935 -- Teh evolution of company unions into industrial councils/ Aloysius J. Muench, 1935 -- Social justice through public ownership and control/ Charles E. Coughlin, 1935 -- Statement of principles/ Association of Catholic Trade Unions, 1938 -- Decent poverty the social ideal/Dorothy Day, 1939 -- Democracy the best and only just form of government/ Mortimer Adler and Walter Farrell, 1945 -- A new look at church and state/ John Courntey Murray, 1949 -- "Utility of social science for religion"/ Joseph H. Fichter, 1956 -- The role of government in a pluralistic economy/ John F. Cronin, 1956 -- An attack on "compulsory unionism"/ Goetz A. Briefs, 1960 -- A progress report on industry councils/ Rupert J. Ederer, 1961 -- Community v. Catholic interests in the new pluralist society/ Daniel Callahan, 1963
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
lv, 571 pages
Lccn
66030548
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other control number
001416530
System control number
(OCoLC)648644

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