In this clear and penetrating book, Collins and Wright draw on principles of Catholic Social Teaching to evaluate the economy and lay out practical steps toward establishing an economy "as if people mattered."
About the Author
The Rev. Chuck Collins has written extensively for Christian journals and magazines, winning both the 2013 "Writer's Digest" "Annual Competition" for a short story and First Place in the 2014 "Utmost Christian Poetry Contest". He has been a canon theologian and retreat and conference speaker and has led many overseas missions and pilgrimages. Chuck and Ellen Collins live in Phoenix, Arizona where he serves on the staff of Christ Church (Anglican). They have four grown children and four grandchildren.
Mary Wright is a staff member of JustFaith Ministries in Louisville, Ky. For twelve years she was the Education Coordinator at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) office in Washington, DC. Previously she served for fourteen years as the CCHD Diocesan Director at the Human Rights Office for the Archiciocese of St. Louis.