Too many people today presume that economics and theology are separated by the impassible gulf between empirical and moral analysis. This volume instead begins with the presumption that Catholic social thought on the economy makes both moral and empirical claims, and in particular that "the economic and cultural criteria identified in the tradition of Catholic social thought provide an effective path to sustainable prosperity for all." The authors together set forth the beginnings of an architecture of analysis for relating economic life and Christian faith-intellectually and experientially-that can assist social scientists, theologians, and all persons of faith appreciate what is the true wealth of any nation.

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