Catholic Economics

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Religion

 

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Troy J

 

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June 6, 2015

 

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University

 

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The fundamental moral criterion for all economic decisions, policies, and institutions is this: They must be at the service of all people, especially the poor." (Pastoral Letter on Catholic Social Teaching and the U.S. Economy, paragraph 24) St. Johns University, a Vincentian Catholic institution is bound to the guidelines of this letter, as are all American Catholic communities...
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St John's University must take an even deeper concern in the quality of life for the poor as it is a school in the Vincentian tradition of helping the needy. With St. Vincent and Jesus as role models for charity it is clear that there should be, and is a devout commitment to charity and helping the poor and need in our community at St John's University and the communities surrounding us...
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