The Catholic Church and the race question.

Paris, UNESCO [1953] .

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Subjects Christliche Ethik.
Church and social problems -- Catholic Church.
Église et problèmes sociaux -- Église catholique.
Race relations.
Relations raciales.
Rooms-Katholieke Kerk.
Series Race question and modern thought.
Description 62 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1953]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 59-62).
Contents The Opposition of the church to the principle of racism -- Christian assertions on the unity of human nature -- Christian assertions on the dignity of human nature -- Racism in contrary to Christian spirituality -- Racism is a pseudo-racism -- Racism has disastrous consequences for Christianity -- Racism and eugenics -- The Question of brotherly love -- Anti-Semitism -- Is the Bible racist? -- The Practical policy of the church with regard to the facts of race -- The Racial point of view is foreign to the Catholic tradition -- The Church and present-day racism -- The Church and the races from the standpoint of the church's missionary work -- The Church and the problems involved in the co-existence of white and colored people -- The Church and Nazi racism and modern anti-Semitism.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)287523
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Congar, Yves, 1904-1995.
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