The Rural Solution: Modern Catholic Voices on Going Back to the Land

by Christopher McCann, Dr. Peter Chojnowski, Mgr. Richard Williamson

IHS Press | April 1, 2004 | Kobo Edition (eBook) |

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A compelling and persuasive outline for the Catholic church's support of rural living is presented in this collection of contemporary writings on why city-dwelling Catholics should settle and work in the country. Discussions of the practice of retreat accompany arguments of the principles of faith, including Biblical teachings on the theological dimensions of Jesus Christ's upbringing in Nazareth; economic arguments that city life and jobs are often tied to capitalist principles; and ecological and conservationist positions that a Christian should maintain a balanced relationship with the earth.

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Published: April 1, 2004

Publisher: IHS Press

Language: English

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ISBN - 10: 1605700215

ISBN - 13: 9781605700212

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The Rural Solution: Modern Catholic Voices on Going Back to the Land

by Christopher McCann, Dr. Peter Chojnowski, Mgr. Richard Williamson, Walter John Marx, Willis D. Nutting

Format: Kobo Edition (eBook)

Published: April 1, 2004

Publisher: IHS Press

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1605700215

ISBN - 13: 9781605700212

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A compelling and persuasive outline for the Catholic church's support of rural living is presented in this collection of contemporary writings on why city-dwelling Catholics should settle and work in the country. Discussions of the practice of retreat accompany arguments of the principles of faith, including Biblical teachings on the theological dimensions of Jesus Christ's upbringing in Nazareth; economic arguments that city life and jobs are often tied to capitalist principles; and ecological and conservationist positions that a Christian should maintain a balanced relationship with the earth.
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