World poverty and the Christian.

[1st ed.].. New York, Hawthorn Books [1963] .

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Subjects Armoede.
Church and social problems -- Catholic Church.
Food supply.
Katholische Soziallehre.
Soziale Gerechtigkeit.
Series Twentieth century encyclopedia of Catholicism. Section 13, Catholicism and science ; v. 132.
Description 158 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1963]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 30. Classes to which communism appeals -- 31. Communist materialism -- 32. The need for a positive policy of commitment on the part of the west -- Part six: the church's teaching on international social justice -- 33. The role of catholic social principles -- All men have a right to a living -- Aid must be effective and sufficient -- The danger of glaring inequalities -- Pope john xxiii's concern for the poor and hungry -- 34. Mater et magistra -- International social justice -- The pope and agriculture -- The demands of justice between nations -- Balanced development necessary -- The Christian commitment to this world -- 35. Some results of mater et magistra -- South America -- Part seven: Economics and Christian humanism -- 36. The importance of human values -- Economic means not enough -- 37. The role of Christian love -- 38. Aid must be in a spirit of disinterested partnership -- The work of pere lebret -- 39. Principles of development and civilization -- 40. World justice -- 41. The democratic role of ordinary people -- 42. Christian voluntary agencies -- 43. One world -- 44. Need for the west to complete the revolution it has begun -- 45. A great work of Christian unity.
Part one: The extent of world poverty -- 1. Rich countries and poor countries -- 2. The effects of poverty -- Hunger -- Disease -- Bad living conditions -- Illiteracy -- 3. Reasons for the poverty of the under-developed countries -- Part two: The population expansion and world poverty -- 4. The increase in world population -- 5. No global over-population -- 6. Black spots in the world population picture -- 7. Moral reasons for the church's opposition to contraception -- 8.The church's teaching on responsible parenthood and periodic continence -- 9. Social and economic reasons against contraception -- Part three: Hunger and poverty can be wiped out -- 10. The world can feed its peoples -- 11. Comparison of agricultural yields -- 12. An agricultural revolution necessary and possible -- 13. Improvements in farming techniques -- Irrigation -- The use of fertilizers -- Better seeds -- Mechanical aids -- 14. Animal farming -- 15. Food from the ocean -- 16. The ravages of pests -- 17. The freedom from hunger campaign of the f.a.o. -- 18. Social and political changes -- Part four: the economic revolution -- 19. The great problem of the twentieth century -- 20. Temptations to Marxism -- 21. Comparisons of gross national products of poor and rich countries -- 22. Aid for development necessary -- 23. An order of priorities -- 24. United nations agencies as channels of aid -- 25. The need for government action -- 26. How much aid -- Is this amount possible -- Will it be forthcoming -- 27. Hopeful signs -- Part five: Communism and world poverty -- 28. The communist attitude to aid -- 29. The attraction of communism for developing countries
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WorldCat Identities McCormack, Arthur.
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