Catholic Social Teaching and the Dignity of the Human Person

Catholic Social Teaching and the Dignity of the Human Person June 1, 2015

The first of a four part series over at the Register in which we take a look at the best kept secret in the Church’s Tradition: Catholic Social Teaching. First on deck: The Dignity of the Human Person.

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  • Artevelde

    Damn. Both forcing diapers on your adult staff AND keeping people on client welfare scrapped already as viable options. Base one and most of the partisan hacks are probably already getting the nasty feeling this game isn’t going their way.

    • Are you trying to pick a fight?

      • Artevelde

        Is this a saloon brawl? I tell ya, life ain’t easy for a boy named Sue.

    • chezami

      Uh… whut?

      • Artevelde

        Ah, not a very clear post apparently. I’ll try to do better next time. By the way, even if Calvinist anthropology is what you say it is – and I’m not convinced it is – does that necessarily translate into a different view on the dignity of the person?