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July 26, 2021, by Janna Reynolds
Eager to share Church’s best-kept secret Why is Catholic Social Teaching the best-kept secret? Because, as we read in the Gospels, some may view its tenets as countercultural, such as praying for peace instead of retaliation as Cardinal Charles Bo of Yangon proclaimed after the violent attack on the Church in eastern Myanmar. Just as Maureen Marroni in her letter (Catholic Virginian, June 14) responded to his message, our newly formed Catholic Relief Services VA chapter welcomed her thoughts, and the Spirit moved in me to respond to her recognition of the principles of Catholic Social Teaching, specifically: The protection of all human life and the promotion of human dignity The building of global solidarity and the common good The…


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