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Where dissent is just dismissed

Good essays on RC social teaching, says Peter Sedgwick — but one thing is missing

Catholic Social Justice: Theological and practical explorations
Philomena Cullen, Bernard Hoose, Gerard Mannion, editors

T. & T. Clark £18.99 (978-0-567-04542-3)
Church Times Bookshop £17.10

THE IDEA of a book that spells out Roman Catholic social teaching in theory and practice is a good one; and this collection of essays draws on the experience of the social-policy ...

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