2006 was the twentieth anniversary of the U.S. Catholic Bishops’ document, Economic Justice for All, which was written in 1986. The Bishops then asked important questions about the economy and proclaimed that all economic decisions should be judged in the light of how the poor are impacted. Still very relevant today, this article helps us to apply the same questions to the current situation in the world and our country.
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