Six books comprising the teachings of the Catholic Church on just war theory, integral human development, the Magisterium, capital punishment, the nature of different religions, the Divine Heart of God the Father, and other topics.
Can ‘Just War’ Exist? outlines the slow, but steady, movement away from the original concept postulated by the Scholastics. It presents the conclusions of postmodern Christian leaders on ‘just war’ including those of Pope Francis, the Patriarch Bartholomew I, and the 2017 Vatican first-ever conference on the subject.
Migrants and Refugees in Catholic Social Doctrine provides the teachings of the Catholic Church about the fundamental human rights of migrants and refugees, commencing with Exsul Familia Nazarethana, Pacem in Terris, and Gaudium et Spes. These are followed by the writings and speeches of various Popes on the subject, including those of Saint John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis.
Is the Death Penalty Just outlines the slow, but steady, movement away from the death penalty as punishment in civilized societies within the context of the inviolable dignity of the human person. It presents the conclusions of postmodern Christian leaders, including Pope Francis, on the death penalty as a particularly barbaric form of torture in today’s world.
Exploring the question of the Executive Orders “Protecting the Nation” from the lens of Scripture and the teachings and praxis of the Catholic Church, Who Are You? What is Your Faith? elucidates how race is the key sociopolitical ordering factor at play in the history and current state of America in relation to fundamental human rights and the inviolable dignity of human persons.