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Michael M reвЂ™s Capitalism & Catholic Social Justice
The most powerful declaration for the whole movie is made towards the end of this movie Capitalism is an evil and one cannot evil that is regulate. the above statement is rivaled just by a corollary question WOULD JESUS BE A CAPITALIST?
Communism and capitalism have already been therefore polarized for a century that any critique manufactured from one is immediately assumed become praise for one other. Michael M re seems to have some ideology that is third an alternative to Capitalism but will not say any other thing more particular than just what R sevelt proposed per year roughly before his death.
We never recognized that Michael M re grew up as a Roman Catholic. Michael M re deals at length with Roman Catholic doctrines of social justice. M re overl ked perhaps one of the most powerful statements by a Catholic bishop in modern times. вЂќ once I nourish the indegent, they call me a saint,вЂќ said Roman Catholic Archbishop Dom Helder Camara. вЂќBut whenever we ask why the indegent have no meals, they call me a communist.вЂќ
This is a quotation from the official Catechism associated with the Roman Catholic Church which illustrated the ChurchвЂ™s position regarding the economics of poverty. That is to be found in Article 7 вЂњThe Seventh Commandment You shall not steal,вЂќ paragraphs 2401 through 2463. Leia mais