Table of contents for The teachings of modern Roman Catholicism on law, politics, and human nature / edited by John Witte, Jr. and Frank S. Alexander ; introduction by Russell Hittinger.

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Contents
Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Introduction to Modern Catholicism / Russell Hittinger
1. Pope Leo XIII (1810-1903)
Commentary / Russell Hittinger
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A Twofold Pedagogy
	Law and Liberty
Plural Societies
Church and Civil Authority
Political "Forms"
Belgium, France, and the United States
The Rule of Christ and Christian Virtue
2. Jacques Maritain (1882-1973)
Commentary / Patrick McKinley Brennan
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	Inaugural Address to the Second International Conference of UNESCO
Redeeming the Time
Man and the State
Church and State
God and the Permission of Evil
Natural Law and Moral Law
The Rights of Man and Natural Law
Scholasticism and Politics
Moral Philosophy
3. John Courtney Murray, S.J. (1904-1967)
Commentary / Angela C. Carmella
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On Natural Law
On America
On Social Conversation
On the Public Consensus
On Historical Consciousness
On the Distinction Between Law and Morality
On the Limited Efficacy of Censorship Statutes
On Civil Unity
On the Church-State Distinction
On the First Amendment Religion Clauses
On Coercion of Conscience
On the Scope of the Right to Religious Freedom
On the Human Right to Religious Freedom
On the Church's Teachings on Religious Freedom
On Leo XIII
On the Vatican II Declaration of Religious Freedom
On Civil Freedom and the Secularity of the State
On the Difficulties of Vatican II
On the Church's Tardy Recognition of Religious Freedom
On John XXIII
4. Pope John XXIII (1881-1963)
Commentary / Leslie Griffin
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Announcement of Ecumenical Council
Opening Address to the Council
5. Gustavo Gutiėrrez (b. 1928)
Commentary / Paul E. Sigmund
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Notes for a Theology of Liberation
A Theology of Liberation: History, Politics, and Salvation
The Power of the Poor in History
Theology and the Social Sciences
On Job, God-Talk, and the Suffering of the Innocent
A Theology of Liberation, Revised Edition
6. Dorothy Day (1897-1980)
Commentary / David Gregory
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The Catholic Worker Collection
Dividing the Workers
Unionizing the Unemployed
Reasons for Child Labor Law
Vigilantes Mob Sharecroppers' Mass Meeting
The Catholic Worker and Labor
Catholics in Unions
The Catholic Worker: 25th Anniversary Issue
7. Pope John Paul II (1920-2005)
Commentary / Robert P. George and Gerard V. Bradley
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"Dominus Iesus": Declaration on the Unicity and Salvific University of Jesus Christ and the 
Church
Instruction on Certain Aspects of the "Theology of Liberation"
Instruction on Christian Freedom and Liberation
Sollicitudo Rei Socialis (On Social Concern)
Encylical Letter: Centesimus Annus
Evangelium Vitae (The Gospel of Life)
Copyright Information
Contributors
Index to Biblical Citations
General Index

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Catholic Church -- Doctrines.