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Catholic Social Teaching podcasts

 
Catholic social teaching is a rich treasure of wisdom about building a just society and living lives of holiness amidst the challenges of modern society. Modern Catholic social teaching has been articulated through a tradition of papal, conciliar, and episcopal documents, and the depth and richness of this tradition can be understood best through a direct reading of these documents.

In our Catholic Social Teaching Principles Podcasts, Paulist Father Larry Rice reflects briefly on the major themes of Catholic social teaching, and how they should shape our lives as citizens of the world and as people of God.



About Father Larry Rice, CSP

Father Larry Rice is First Consultor of the Paulist Fathers and is part of the leadership team that determines the Paulists' priorities and agenda.  He serves at the Paulists' General Offices in Queens, New York.

Prior to his appointment as First Consultor, Father Rice was director of the St. Thomas More Newman Center, the center for Catholic Campus Ministry at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.

Father Rice earned a master's of divinity from the Catholic University of America (1989), and a bachelor of arts degree in General Arts and Sciences from the Pennsylvania State University (1983). He entered the Missionary Society of St. Paul the Apostle (the Paulist Fathers) in 1983, and was ordained a priest in 1989.



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