to Catholic Social Teaching websites
Doing Justice - Making Catholic Social Teaching Accessible NEW!
This web resource is a partnership between Church Resources
and the Loyola Institute to provide resources fostering a
faith that does justice. It offers a plain English introduction
to Catholic teaching on issues of justice in society. You
can start by exploring key principles, particular issues,
or what’s on. You can subscribe to their free monthly
electronic newsletter to keep up to date on issues, activities
and new resources. You can join their email based forum to
explore with others how Catholic Social Teaching can inform
our positions and actions.
Social Teaching (Office for Social Justice,
Archdiocese of St Paul and Minneapolis)
this site all the major Catholic Social Teaching documents can
be accessed. It also has a very comprehensive reading list on
Catholic Social Teaching and very good resources for Catholic
Catholic Social Justice Council - Catholic Social Teaching
Catholic Social Justice Council was created in 1987 by the Australian
Catholic Bishops' Conference to be the national social justice
and human rights agency of the Catholic Church in Australia.
It seeks to:
Build social justice networks
Educate on issues
Research public policy issues
Present Catholic Social Teaching
Promote a spirituality of justice
Advocate change for a more just society.
the Popes' encyclicals can be accessed through this site. After
entering the site, click on The Holy Father. The encyclicals
can be found by clicking on the relevant Pope and then on Encyclicals.
Apostolic letters, homilies, speeches, etc. for each Pope since
Leo XIII can also be accessed.
Social Teaching of the Church (Jesuit Centre for Theological
This site has a whole section dedicated to the Social Teaching
of the Church. There are links to very good articles under
the headings of CST & Inculturation, CST & Human Rights,
CST its origin & everyday life, CST in Zambia, CST & Workers,
and CST & the constitution.
of Concern envisions a world in which every woman, man and child
can survive, thrive, and contribute back to their communities,
enhancing life for all who share the planet. Through research,
analysis, networking, public education and advocacy, the Center
works to advance more just, sustainable and authentically human
development for all, especially for the marginalized and those
in poverty. Rooted in the Catholic social tradition, with its
rich set of values and principles, the Center embraces and promotes
the shared religious social values of all faith communities.
Catholic Social Teaching websites: