Preaching Justice II presents some of the key ways in which Dominican sisters have promoted justice and contributed to social ethics in the twentieth century, continuing on into the twenty-first.
Twenty-two contributions present the work of the sisters in 26 countries, covering a wide range of practical activities and theoretical development, grouped together
It is a companion volume to Preaching Justice I, published by Dominican Publications in 2007, which focused on the work for justice and the contribution to social ethics of the Dominican friars over the same time period.
Helen Alford OP, of the Congregation of St Catherine of Siena, Newcastle (Kwazulu Natal, South Africa), is Vice Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the Pontifical University of St Thomas (Angelicum) and Consultor to the Pontifical Council of Justice and Peace. Her publications are mostly on the use of Catholic social thought in business ethics.
Francesco Compagnoni OP, of the Province of St Dominic (North Italy), has taught moral theology at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, and at the Angelicum. His publications are in the areas of human rights and bioethics.
A lifetime spent teaching theology and being active in promoting liturgical education and practices enables Liam G. Walsh to offer an account of the major phases of the development of the Roma Rite. The purpose is to help readers come...
There is a pressing pastoral need to recognise the hopes and dreams, the disappointments and frustrations of all those Catholics who had believed that Vatican II would bring about reform and renewal in the church. This is the need which...