Be Revolutionary: Some Thoughts from Pope Francis

Be Revolutionary: Some Thoughts from Pope Francis

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Overview

More than 120 succinct thoughts, ideas, positions, and philosophical notions from Pope Francis. Topics include the most crucial issues of our times: the worship of money, global warming, disposable people, the environment, poverty, slavery, human dignity, the nature of property, the war industry, and many more. 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780099589952
Publisher: New London Librarium
Publication date: 06/01/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 202
File size: 146 KB

Table of Contents

Contents
Foreword vii
On the Worship of Money 3
On Grassroots Organizations 4
On Solidarity 5
On Social Activists 6
On Altruism and Hypocrisy 7
On Land 8
On Housing 9
On Real Estate 10
On Slums 11
On Work 12
On Exploitation 13
On the Value of Workers 14
On the Discarding of People 15
On Unemployment 16
On the War Industry 18
On the Plunder of Nature 19
On Integrating the Local and the Global 20
On Grassroots Movements 21
On the Cost of Consumerism 22
On the Loss of Happiness 23
On the Spreading of Goodness 24
On the Economy of Exclusion 25
On People as Leftovers 26
On Trickle-down Economics 27
On the Financial Crisis 28
On the Wealth Gap 29
On Ethics 30
On Inequality 31
On Religious Freedom 32
On Superficial Culture 33
On the Rejection of the Transcendent 34
On The Cultural Crisis within Families 35
On Urban Crime 36
On Christian Service 37
On Liberation Communication 38
On the Quest for Spirituality 39
On Talk 40
On the Liberation and Promotion of the Poor 41
On the Social Function of Property 42
On the Rights of All Peoples 43
On Labor Disparity 44
On the Elderly 45
On Religious Freedom 46
On Attitudes for Religious Freedom 47
On Remedying the Causes of Poverty 48
On Irksome Discourse 49
On Market Forces 50
On Politicians 51
On Global Economics 52
On Papal Interest 53
On the Defense of Species 54
On the Nature of Peace 55
On Time and Space 56
On Ideas and Realities 57
On Globalization and Localization 58
On Relations with Islam 59
On Embracing Muslims 60
On Mary 61
On Fear of Freedom 62
On Migrants and Refugees 63
On Slaves 64
On the Causes of Slavery 66
On the Seeking of Truth 68
On Religious Freedom 69
On Financial Markets 70
On Legacy 71
On the Courage to Make Peace 72
On Expectations of the G20 73
On ISIS 74
On Global Warming 75
On Dialogue with Other Religions 76
On Grandparents 77
On the Olympics 78
On Hidden Slavery 79
On Islamophobia 80
On Christianophobia 81
On His Prayer in a Mosque 82
On the Ongoing Third World War 83
On Atomic Weapons 84
On Middle East Peace 85
On Hunger 86
On Solidarity and Hunger 87
On the Concept of Person 88
On Dignity and Economic Interests 89
On Individual Rights and Duties 90
On Loneliness 91
On Transcendence of Heaven and Earth 92
On Stewardship of Nature 93
On Christians as a Soul 94
On Experimentation with Life 95
On Economy and Finance 96
On Religious Diversity 97
On Rugby 98
On Torture 99
On Stopping Aggressors 100
On Diplomacy 101
On the Work of Justice 102
On Cultivation 103
On Playing with Children 104
On Unemployment 105
On Pilgrims 106
On Learning 107
On Education 108
On Hope 109
On Homosexuality 110
On Soccer 111
On Healthcare 112
On Right to Life 113
On Economy and Morality 114
On Abuse of Children by Priests 115
On Educational Experimentation 116
On New Culture 117
On Human Trafficking 118
On Mayors 119
On His Own Happiness 120
On Work 121
On Unemployment 122
On Marriage Forever 123
On Jorge Mario Bergoglio 124
Laudato Si: Encyclical on Care of Our Common Home (excerpts) 127
Sources 193

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