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By Greg Cook, Catholic Exchange, April 21, 2023

Greg Cook Bio: Greg Cook is a writer living in New York’s North Country with his wife. He graduated from Plattsburgh State College and The Evergreen State College. He is the author of two self-published books of poetry, Against the Alchemists and A Verse Companion to Romano Guardini’s ‘Sacred Signs’.


Avatar photoGiven how the idea of “social justice” has been hijacked by activists clamoring to overturn societal norms, it will come as a surprise to learn that a beatified Catholic has written a thoroughly scriptural account of that term. After reading Blessed Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski’s Love & Social Justice: Reflections on Society, it will be impossible to forget that Christ and His Church are the true source and defenders of social justice. In short, this is an indispensable handbook for recovering an authentic Catholic understanding of society and how to make it better in Christ.

Blessed Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski (1901-1981) was a towering figure in Polish Catholicism and an influence on Karol Wojtyla (Pope John Paul II). Hopefully Arouca Press’s publication of this book will make him better known outside Poland. ….

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