Endow is excited to share our newest study with you on CST (Catholic Social Teaching)
I actually have been interested in Catholic Social Teaching for a while now. I didn’t know how to start it until now. -Testimony
Join us as we dig into the riches of Catholic Social Teaching!
Timeless and timely, Catholic Social Teaching provides a framework for human freedom and happiness rooted in God’s plan for all of humanity. Endow’s Study Guide takes a historical approach to Catholic Social Teaching, beginning with Creation and the Fall, Christ Himself and the Gospels, and then takes a close look at the key Magisterial documents and influential figures from the Modern Era. In this study we discuss:
The Dignity of Work and the Human Person
SOCIAL DOCTRINE IN THE OLD AND NEW COVENANTS
AQUINAS AND THE COMMON GOOD
THE ENLIGHTENMENT AND THE DE-HUMANIZATION OF CULTURE
POPE LEO XIII AND SUBSIDIARITY
MARRIAGE, THE FAMILY, AND THE WORKING POOR
TOTALITARIANISM AND PERSONALISM
THE WITNESSES OF MOSES, MARY, ST. THERESE OF LISIEUX, ST. TERESA BENEDICTA (EDITH STEIN), ST. JOHN PAUL II, ST. TERESA OF CALCUTTA, DOROTHY DAY, AND ST. GIANNA MOLLA
THE EUCHARIST AS THE PREEMINENT LOCUS OF CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING
AND YOUR ROLE IN LIVING OUT CST IN YOUR DAILY LIFE
Last night was so good. I just keep imagining what the world would look like if everyone practiced CST! It’s totally what everyone is yearning for and desiring for our world (away from the extremes of one political side or another), bring the human person to the center of everything, and then rising up a culture of dignity in all forms of business, entertainment, etc. all!
-Testimony from our CST Preview Night
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TO HAVE AN ARTICLE WRITTEN OR GET AN INTERVIEW FROM AN ENDOW TEAM MEMBER ON CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING:
Please contact Simone Rizkallah, Director of Program Growth at [email protected]
OUR CST AUTHOR
Claire Fyrqvist lives with her husband and six children in the Catholic Worker neighborhood in South Bend. They spent several years working in the local pro-life movement, and Claire now splits her time between writing, gardening, caring for eight chickens and a rabbit, and running a Montessori Children’s House. She is also on the board of Feminists for Nonviolent Choices, a non-profit that seeks a consistent life ethic against war, abortion, euthanasia, and capital punishment.