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Saints and Social Justice

Saints and Social Justice

A Guide to Changing the World

by Brandon Vogt

"A triumph! One of the best presentations of the Church's social teaching."

—Father Robert Barron

About the Book and Author

About the Book and Author

With the help of fourteen saints, Vogt seeks to reclaim Catholic social teaching and rediscover it through the lives of those who best lived it out.

Living Like the Saints: A Q&A with Brandon Vogt

Living Like the Saints: A Q&A with Brandon Vogt

Elizabeth Scalia

"Catholic social teaching can often be abstract and ethereal. But the saints give it bones. They show these teachings authentically lived, providing example for us those hoping to live it today."

Praise for Saints and Social Justice

Praise for Saints and Social Justice

"A much-needed, well-written, and always-inspiring book ... Brandon Vogt reminds us that "social justice" is not a dirty word." —Read what James Martin and others are saying about this new book!

Saints and Social Justice: Read an Excerpt

Saints and Social Justice: Read an Excerpt

When Catholic social teaching encourages an "option for the poor and vulnerable", the word "option" does not mean "choice", as though Catholics can choose whether to serve the poor.

Brandon Vogt's Blog

Brandon Vogt's Blog

For more from this dynamic blogger, speaker and writer, visit Brandon's blog here.

Book Roundtable: Continue the Conversation with our Bloggers

Saints and Social Justice Go Together

Saints and Social Justice Go Together

Kathy Schiffer

Brandon has skillfully described the Church’s embrace of social issues, showing how charity partners naturally with piety.

The Heart of Christianity

The Heart of Christianity

Julie Davis

A well-written and inspiring book; and one that should help us understand that “social justice” and “solidarity” mean “living as a Christian” no matter what your condition in life.

Saints Everywhere

Saints Everywhere

Bruce Epperly

Brandon Vogt invites us to consider our potential saintliness.  I believe that God calls each one of us every moment of the day within the normal circumstances of our lives.

Connecting Two Poles: Saints and Social Justice

Connecting Two Poles: Saints and Social Justice

Elizabeth Nordquist

As someone from outside the Catholic tradition, I welcomed the introduction to many faithful servants over centuries, including the 20th, who acted sometimes quietly and hidden, in locations from highly urban to very wild.

An Inspiring Read

An Inspiring Read

Rebecca Hamilton

Saints and Social Justice is well-researched, well-written, inspiring and enjoyable to read.

Patheos Video Q&A with Brandon Vogt

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