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The Office for Mission & Ministry and the Journal of Catholic Social Thought

Catholic Social Teaching and the Financial Crisis November 12, 2014

Catholic Social Thought and the Financial Crisis The Most Reverend Diarmuid Martin Archbishop of Dublin Saint Thomas of Villanova Church - 7:30 p.m.

November 18, 2014

The Economy of Grace and the Church of the Poor: Papal Responses to the Financial Crisis Drew Christiansen, S.J. Georgetown University St. Augustine Center - Room 300 - 4:30 p.m.

January 27, 2015

The Role of Finance in an Inclusive Economy: From Wealth Capital to Real Wealth Creation Charles Clark St. John’s University Connelly Center - Radnor Room - 4:30 p.m.

February 13, 2015

Financial Integrity and Inclusive Capitalism: Civilizing Globalization Stefano Zamagni The Johns Hopkins University SAIS Bologna Center St. Rita Hall Community Room - 3:00 p.m.

March 25, 2015

What Makes a Financial Market “Good?” Perspectives from Catholic Social Thought

Christine Firer Hinze Fordham University Driscoll Hall Auditorium - 4:30 p.m.

For more information, contact The Office for Mission & Ministry, c/o Marcy Bray at

Commonweal September 26, 2014  •  volume 141  •  Number 15

short takes 8

Smart Money

upfront 4


The economic case for funding pre-K Daniel K. Finn


editorial Unaccountable


Russian Spring

Holy-water ecumenism Jane Costlow



COLUMNIST Buoyant Billionaires Charles R. Morris

screen 21

Calvary Richard Alleva



Great Expectations

Pope Francis & the Synod on the Family John Wilkins


The Pope and Mussolini by David I. Kertzer James J. Sheehan


At Rome’s Mercy?

How to make the hierarchy more accountable Molly Farneth


The Eclipse of Equality by Solon Simmons Paul Moses


All Joy and No Fun by Jennifer Senior Agnes R. Howard

fox searchlight pictures

poetry 16

A Life Sarah Ruden

last word


Greetings, Citizen Francis Kane

Brendan Gleeson & Chris O’Dowd in ‘Calvary’


Commonweal Magazine - Sep 26th, 2014