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Globalisation and the Church: Reflections on Caritas in Veritate

by Ormerod

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Pope Benedict XVIs 2009 encyclical Caritas in Veritate (Charity in Truth) reframes many questions about globalization, including what Benedict calls the principle of gratuity in economic relations, a recognition of the plurality of corporate activities within a market economy, and a new emphasis on sustainability. This book, the fruit of a conference sponsored by Australian Catholic University, will help those who struggle with their Christian vocation in the context of globalisation to clarify their thinking and sharpen their practice.

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