Social Justice Review was founded by the Catholic Central Verein of America in 1908 to promote a true Christian Humanism with respect for the dignity and rights of all human beings.
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Political and Catholic Perspectives on the Freedoms of Speech and Religion

Freedom of speech and freedom of religion are constantly being discussed in today’s print and electronic media.  Proponents of views on a wide range of issues help spark this interest; they include radical Islamists who would like to make Shari‘a the law of the land, orthodox Roman Catholics who articulate the defence of life from conception to natural death, and atheists who disapprove of public displays or speech based on religious belief. Read more »

From Fatherland to Mother Earth

On the Feast Day of the Immaculate Conception in December of 2009, while Christians were preparing for the arrival of the baby Jesus, the well-known journalist Diane Francis presented a Herod-like plan to combat what she refers to as "environmental degradation" and the "disastrous global birthrate". Writing for Canada's Financial Post, Ms. Francis urged adoption of "a planetary law, such as China's one-child policy, [as] the only way to reverse the disastrous global birthrate". Read more »