This book addresses the questions of why poverty and social exclusion continue to be the norm for so many people in a society with a Christian background and in which sufficient resources exist to tackle this issue effectively.
It is hoped that the insights offered in these pages will stimulate further thought and debate among a wide readership.
Eamon O'Shea and Brendan Kennelly, economists who lecture in the National University of Ireland (NUI), Galway.
Timothy Radcliffe, an internationally known Dominican lecturer and theologian who is based in Blackfriars Oxford.
Enda Dineen and Donal Linehan who for a number of years have been working with marginalised people in the Cork area.
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