Vox Clamantis: Common Good & Solidarity – Introduction

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The basis for many principles of Catholic Social Teaching in the scriptures is called the Imago Dei (Genesis 1:27). Human beings were created in the image and likeness of God, and therefore all human beings have inherent dignity as God’s beloved children. It is not difficult to see, then, that we are one human family. We […]

Vox Clamantis: Human Dignity – Magisterium

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As we have seen, Catholic Social principles in general, and Human Dignity and Rights in particular, have substantial basis both in divine revelation and in the doctrinal patrimony of the Church. These principles are beautifully elucidated in the magisterial tradition of the Church – but it would be incorrect to say that Catholic Social Teaching began with […]

Why Social Justice?

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As we re-launch of “Vox Clamantis” we want to draw your attention back to one of the original questions that Vox Clamantis dealt with in 2012: Why social justice? We recognize that the term “social justice” is loaded, which is why it is crucial for our readers to have a proper understanding of what we mean […]

Join us for Priest and Diaconate Ordinations

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With Praise and Thanksgiving to Almighty God, the Province of St. Martin de Porres, Order of Friars Preachers, and the Barba and Paustian families joyfully announce and invite you to attend the ordination of Thomas More Barba, O.P. to the Order of the Priesthood and Carl Joseph Paustian, O.P. to the Order of the Diaconate […]