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Encountering the Poor: Biblical Roots for Catholic Social Teaching

Dr. Tim Gray

Dr. Timothy Gray is the president of the Augustine Institute and is a well-known scripture scholar and Catholic speaker. With his eloquent style and polished delivery, Dr. Gray expounds upon the teachings of the Catholic Church surrounding social justice in light of sacred scripture. Discover how social justice in regards to the poor is not one small piece in the puzzle but instead really frames the entire mosaic of scripture.

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This talk encouraged me to truly live the Biblical call to recognize and serve my brothers and sisters in need. Miles - Belvidere, IL
Dr. Tim Gray opened my eyes to Catholic Social Teaching like never before. A must listen for everyone! Mickey - Philly, PA
Outstanding! Dr Gray brings Catholic Social Teaching to life, to reality. I have to share! Donna - College Station, TX
Tying scripture into what we are called to do in present day. If many Catholics adopted this practice our world could be transformed. Peggy - Berwyn, PA
I believe it is very important to connect all the teaching of the Church to its Biblical roots! My major concerns are first, my own salvation, and then the salvation of other through the Catholic Faith. Cornelius - Fort McCoy, FL
I was not very well informed about Catholic Social Teaching. This talk addressed that and answered some questions that I had been struggling with when passing homeless people. John - Akron, OH
Very interesting and beneficial to me personally. However, the best aspect of this CD is that it can be shared with all ages and with all Christian and Jewish denominations without requiring caveats and explanations or prologues normally needed to proffer a CD... Thank you for that convenience! Also, I am an avid listener and I greatly appreciate your ministry. God bless you. Mrs. - Overland Park, KS
The Challenge it presents to each and everyone of us. Mark - Clarkston, MI
It was so interesting and even fascinating to see the connection between the Hebrew Jubilee Year of Mercy and our obligation to the poor. I enjoyed it so much and learned so much from it that I bought a copy of the CD for everyone on my Social Action Committee in my parish. Mary - St. Louis, MO