Father Barron on “Caritas in Veritate”
Caritas in Veritate
Access these Recommended Resources
St. Francis of Assisi’s classic Sermon to the Birds as well as Leo Tolstoy’s, The Three Hermits are excellent pieces of literature. You can also consult article “The Dark Night of the Soul … A Contemporary Interpretation” by Fr. Ron Rolheiser.
Documents & Sites
- In Canada, the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops maintains a website for the Episcopal Commission for Social Affairs which has resources related to service and justice, as does the Canadian Catholic Organization for Development & Peace.
- In the USA the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops maintains a website for Justice, Peace and Human Development. Also containing important resources are Catholic Relief Services the organization for Fair Trade Resources and the Center of Concern.
- Internationally there is the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD), Trocaire and Pax Christi.
- Noted Catholic author, teacher, and theologian Peter Kreeft has articles, mp3’s and other resources on his website.
- Francis J. Beckwith is a professor of philosophy and Church – State studies at Baylor University. Visit his website.
- Visit the website for the Western Conference for Social Justice – an informal network of all of the diocesan social justice missions west of Ontario.
- Visit Caritas Internationalis
- The Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace is sponsored by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops.
- The Price of Sugar **
- The Mission **
- Mother Teresa: The Legacy **
- Where Love Is **
- Entertaining Angels **
Stewardship of Creation
- One Water
- Winged Migration
- Who Killed the Electric Car?
- Manufactured Landscapes
- Eduardo’s Story of life
Promotion of Peace
- The Fog of War
- War Photographer
- No End in Sight
- Taxi to the Dark Side
- The Human Behavior Experiments
Disclaimer: some films are not suitable for children. This listing is not an endorsement of the movie’s content.
* = available free on-line.
** = available from the Archdiocesan Library.
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