Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Catholicism, holiness and spirituality on Social Justice

Stephen Bogners of Catholicism, holiness and spirituality has an interesting Social Justice page. I don't agree with all of his conclusions. There is certainly room for different prudential conclusions as to how best to apply the inarguable principles of Catholic Social Teaching. However, he makes many good points. It's interesting to see how Catholics go about applying CST. His efforts are a good example of how to do it, even when he gets things wrong, such as the ordination of women and the whole "power" thing that's echoed so often on the left. I don't see Mr. Bogners as a "Catholic leftist". He appears to be what he says he is: a Jesuit-flavored Catholic moderate. Check it out!