With a wide array of authors and articles, this book assesses the meaning of globalization and the capacity of Catholic social thought to understand, reform, and guide it. Bill Ryan sj and John Coleman sj are editors and contributing authors.
Other contributors include: R. Scott Appleby, University of Notre Dame; Gregory Baum, McGill University; Michael Campbell-Johnston, Caribbean; Fernando Franco, Rome; J. Bryan Hehir, Harvard University; Peter Henriot, Zambia; Joe Holland, St. Thomas University, Miami; Lisa Sowle Cahill, Boston College; James Hug, Washington DC; Farhang Rajaee, Ottawa; Arturo Sosa, Venezuela; Mary Evelyn Tucker, Bucknell University; Wendy Tyndale, World Faiths Development Dialogue, UK; and Johan Verstraeten, Belgium.
Globalization and Catholic Social Thought: Present Crisis, Future Hope is a compilation edited by Bill Ryan and John Coleman. It was published by Novalis in 2005.
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