Oeconomicae et Pecuniariae Questiones has its limitations, but it rightly insists on the moral basis of the market

‘Oeconomicae et pecuniariae quaestiones’ is a serious and constructive contribution that ranks alongside ‘Rerum Novarum’

It is true inequality has increased in some countries. But globally it is actually decreasing

Pope says ‘we must aim at civilising the market’

British politics has become strangely hostile to the family. We can’t afford to let this continue

Francis was speaking to the national directors of the pontifical mission societies at a meeting in Rome

The Presidential candidate said the Pope was ‘one of the extraordinary figures of modern world history’

Catholic social teaching sticks to firmer concepts such as solidarity, subsidiarity and the common good