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    Rockhurst University
  Dec 16, 2017
2016-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

CA 3000 - Catholic Social Teaching

This course reviews the body of doctrine and tradition of thought regarding economic and social issues developed by the Catholic Church over several centuries. The course will consider such CST principles as human dignity, justice, and the common good which are a constitutive part of the global church and evaluate how these principles are approached with sensitivity to the conditions and issues faced by the local church and diverse cultures. Special attention will be paid to the historical development and significant documents that have shaped Catholic social teaching.