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ENCYCLOPEDIA

 



It's available on Amazon and on the Scarecrow Press Website.


Endorsements:

 

In the December issue of First Things, Father Richard John Neuhaus said that the Encyclopedia "simply must be in every Catholic library - parish, high school, college and university."

Ray Flynn, Former Mayor of Boston and U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican


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“A remarkable work of research went into this much needed and long overdue project. For Catholic writers and defenders of the Catholic faith in the civic arena in a growing secular culture, Encyclopedia of Catholic Social Thought, Social Science and Social Policy is a God send”.

Ray Flynn, Former Mayor of Boston and U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican

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"The Encyclopedia of Catholic Social Thought, Social Science and Social Policy is one of those tools that, once you use it, you simply can't be without. Handsomely produced, easy to read and filled with outstanding Catholic scholarship, this is a key resource not just for schools and libraries, but for every committed Catholic adult. If you want a briefing on natural law, the background on Catholic social doctrine, or a biography of major Catholic thinkers from the past like Christopher Dawson, the Encyclopedia is the place to turn. It's invaluable."

- Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., Archbishop of Denver

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"The Encyclopedia is a masterful compendium of Catholic Social Teaching that will be helpful to any sociologist, psychologist, economist, theologian, cleric, religious, or layman looking for a good overview of Catholic teaching on a vast range of topics. I highly recommend it." -W. Bradford Wilcox, assistant professor of sociology at the University of Virginia and fellow of the Witherspoon Institute
"No such work of all its attributes has appeared in English, to the best knowledge of this reviewer, since the original Catholic Encyclopedia of some century ago. Parents might well consider making the Encyclopedia a gift to their children going off to college, or already there, and/or having it on the family bookshelves for use of students still at home."

- Frank Morriss in The Wanderer

 

 

The Supplement (Volume 3) of the Encyclopedia is now available. 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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