Leo XIII: Rerum Novarum

A Bibliography by Gerald Darring

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Barry, William. "Labor and Capital, Limited." Dublin Review 112 (April 1893) 341-59.

Blakely, Paul L., S.J. "The Labor Encyclical of 1891." America 45 (18 April 1931) 40-41.

Blakely, Paul L., S.J. "The School and 'Rerum Novarum.'" America 45 (9 May 1931) 111-12.

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Bole, William. "The Legacy of Rerum Novarum: The Church's Social Teachings Receive New Attention." Columbia 71 (May 1991) 8-9.

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Bruehl, Charles. "The Function of State and Church in Relation to the Social Question." Central-Blatt and Social Justice 24 (June 1931) 75-76.

Brusher, Joseph S. "Pope Leo XIII's Social Encyclical Rerum Novarum in the San Francisco of 1901." American Ecclesiastical Review 141 (August 1959) 103-16.

Busteed, John. "The World Economic Crisis and Rerum Novarum." Studies 20 (March 1931) 13-23.

Calvez, Jean-Yves and Jacques Perrin. The Church and Social Justice: The Social Teaching of the Popes from Leo XIII to Pius XII, 1878-1958. Chicago: Henry Regnery Co., 1961.

Calvez, Jean-Yves, S.J. "Economic Policy Issues in Roman Catholic Social Teaching: An International Perspective." Thomas M. Gannon, S.J., ed. The Catholic Challenge to the American Economy: Reflections on the U.S. Bishops Pastoral Letter on Catholic Social Teaching and the U.S. Economy. New York: Macmillan, 1987, pp. 15-26.

Camp, Richard L. "The Rights and Duties of Labor and Capital." Charles E. Curran and Richard A. McCormick, S.J., eds., Readings in Moral Theology No. 5: Official Catholic Social Teaching. New York: Paulist Press, 1986, pp. 32-50.

Carey, Loretta, R.D.C. "Rerum Novarum: Heritage and Challenge for Catholic Education." Momentum 22 (April 1991) 72-76.

Carlin, D.R., Jr. "A Syllabus for Progress." Commonweal 118 (3 May 1991) 280-81.

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Coleman, John A., S.J. One Hundred Years of Catholic Social Thought: Celebration and Challenge. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1991, pp. 13-18, 43-54, 56-58.

Cort, John C. "After Sixty Years." Commonweal 54 (11 May 1951) 114-15.

Cort, John C. "Anniversaries of Two Great Papal Documents on the Social Question." Sign 35 (May 1956) 52-54.

Cort, John C. Christian Socialism. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1988, pp. 283-88.

Cort, John C. "Rerum Novarum and the Wealth of Nations." Catholic Worker 63 (May 1991) 7.

Curran, R. Emmett, S.J. "Confronting 'The Social Question': American Catholic Thought and the Socio-Economic Order in the Nineteenth Century." U.S. Catholic Historian 5:2 (1986) 165-193.

Dease, L.G. "Christian Democracy." Tablet 103 (16 January 1904) 113-15.

Delaney, J.P. "Fifty Years Ago Leo Charted the Economic Seas." America 65 (10 May 1941) 118-20. Reprinted in Catholic Mind 39 (22 June 41) 13-22.

Dorr, Donal. Option for the Poor. Maryknoll: Orbis, 1983, pp. 11-56.

Duska, Ronald, ed. Rerum Novarum: A Symposium Celebrating 100 Years of Catholic Social Thought. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, 1991. See: John J. Gilligan, "The Church and the Working Poor," pp. 61- 75. Al Gini, "Meaningful Work and the Rights of the Worker: A Commentary on Rerum Novarum and Laborem Exercens," pp. 77-97. John Onaiyekan, "Rerum Novarum: Its Message for the Church in Africa Today: Reflections of a Nigerian Bishop," pp. 123-34. Patricia H. Werhane, "The Obligatory Nature of Stewardship in Rerum Novarum and Its Relevance to the American Economy," pp. 183-97.

Ederer, Rupert J. "On Rerum Novarum and Recidivism." Social Justice Review 82 (May-June 1991) 96-98.

Eze, Osita. "Human Rights, Peace and Rerum Novarum of Leo XIII. Obiora F. Ike, ed., Catholic Social Teachings En-Route in Africa. Enugu, Nigeria: Catholic Institute for Development, Justice and Peace, 1991, pp. 3-12.

Fichter, Joseph H. "Leo XIII and Labor." Catholic World 147 (September 1938) 679-84.

Fichter, Joseph H. "Leo XIII and Labor." Roots of Change. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1939, pp. 222-41.

Fortin, Ernest L. "Free Markets Have Their Limits: Two Cheers for Capitalism." Crisis (July-August 1992) 20-25.

Fortin, Ernest L. "'Sacred and Inviolable': Rerum Novarum and Natural Rights." Theological Studies 53 (June 1992) 203-33.

Furfey, P.H. "Personalistic Social Action in the Rerum Novarum and Quadragesimo Anno." American Catholic Sociological Review 2 (December 1941) 204-16.

George, Henry. The Condition of Labor: An Open Letter to Pope Leo XIII. New York: United States Book Company, 1891.

Gibbons, James Cardinal. "Cardinal Gibbons to Pope Leo XIII, June 22, 1891." Catholic Mind 49 (November 1951) 779-80.

Gilson, Etienne. "Introduction." The Church Speaks to the Modern World: The Social Teachings of Leo XIII. Garden City, NY: Image Books, 1954, pp. 1-28.

Gini, Al. "Meaningful Work and the Rights of the Worker." Thought 67 (September 1992) 225-39.

Godkin, E.L. "The Pope and the Poor." Nation 54 (7 January 1892) 7-8.

Gorman, Ralph. "Two Great Documents." Catholic Mind 49 (October 1951) 701-02. Reprinted from Sign 30 (May 1951) 4.

Gorman, Ralph. "The Catholic Manifesto." Catholic Mind 54 (November 1956) 605-07.

Grelle, Bruce, and David A. Krueger, eds. Christianity and Capitalism: Perspectives on Religion, Liberalism and the Economy. Chicago: Center for the Scientific Study of Religion, 1986.

Gribble, Richard, C.S.C. "Rerum Novarum and the San Francisco Labor Movement." US Catholic Historian 9 (Summer 1990) 275-88. Also in Gribble, Catholicism and the San Francisco Labor Movement, 1896-1921, San Francisco: Mellen Research University Press, 1993, pp. 9-26.

Guitton, Georges, S.J. "The Background of 'Rerum Novarum.'" America 45 (25 April 1931) 56-57.

Haas, Francis J. "Leo XIII and Collective Bargaining." America 45 (23 May 1931) 156-58.

Haas, Francis J. "The Encyclical Rerum Novarum and the Capital Sins of Industry." Missionary 45 (May 1931) 150-54.

Habiger, Matthew, O.S.B. "The Antecedents and Central Claims of Rerum Novarum." Social Justice Review 82 (May-June 1991) 77-81.

Harris, P. "Syllabus for Teaching the Encyclical Rerum Novarum." Catholic Business Education Review 3 (February 1952) 77-79.

Hayes, John M. "Fifty Years After." Catholic Action 23 (June 1941) 21.

Hedley, Bishop John C. "The Encyclical on Labour." Tablet 77 (6 June 1891) 885.

Hegener, Mark, O.F.M.. "Seventy Years Later." Franciscan Herald and Forum 40 (May 1961) 131-36+

Higgins, George G. "After Sixty Years." Social Order 1 (May 1951) 195-204. Catholic Mind 49 (October 1951) 606-617.

Hinsley, A. "Leo XIII and the Social Problem." Irish Ecclesiastical Record 3 (November-December 1891) 961-73, 1086-99

Hobgood, Mary E. Catholic Social Teaching and Economic Theory: Paradigms in Conflict. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1991, pp. 96-130.

Holaind, R.J., S.J. "The Encyclical 'Rerum Novarum.'" American Ecclesiastical Review 5 (August 1891) 81-83.

Hollis, Christopher. "Henry George and Leo XIII." Tablet 177 (17 May 1941) 394.

Hollis, Christopher. Christianity and Economics. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1961, pp. 29-49.

Hughes, Philip. "England's Reception of Rerum Novarum." Blackfriars 22 (May 1941) 226-31.

Husslein, Joseph, S.J. "The Moloch of Industrialism." America 45 (23 May 1931) 159-60.

Husslein, Joseph C., S.J. The Christian Social Manifesto: An Interpretative Study of the Encyclicals Rerum Novarum and Quadragesimo Anno. Milwaukee: Bruce, 1931. Fifth ed., 1939.

Josol, Abdon Ma. C., C.Ss.R. "Property and Natural Law in Rerum Novarum and ST.2-2, 2.66, AA.1,2,7: An Expository and Comparitive Study." Doctoral dissertation. Rome: Academia Alfonsiana, 1985.

Kammer, Fred, S.J. Doing Faithjustice. New York: Paulist Press, 1991, pp. 77-78.

Kavanagh, Bishop James. "Rerum Novarum: A Hundred Years On." Furrow 43 (April 1992) 215-21.

Keane, Bishop John J. "The Catholic Church and Economics." Quarterly Journal of Economics 6 (October 1891) 25-46.

Keane, Bishop John J. "The Encyclical Letter Rerum Novarum." American Catholic Quarterly Review 16 (July 1891) 595-611.

Keating, Joseph I. "Rerum Novarum." Month 157 (April 1931) 342-50.

Kenkel, F.P. "A Sum of Social Doctrines." America 45 (9 May 1931) 104-05.

Kenrick, E. F. "Sixty-four Years after Rerum Novarum." America 93 (14 May 1955) 177-79.

Kernan, W.F. "Rerum Novarum and Labor." Commonweal 26 (6 August 1937) 357-58; 26 (13 August 1937) 379-81.

Kurland, Norman G. "Who Will Liberate the Worker, Karl Marx or Leo XIII?" Social Justice Review 82 (September-October 1991) 148-51.

Lamboley, Kathryn. "Leo XIII, the Workers' Pope, Favored Unions." National Catholic Reporter 15 (7 September 1979) 37.

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Lecot, V.L.S. Cardinal. Catechism of Pope Leo s Great Encyclical on the Condition of Labor. Tr. from the French by William F. Grace. Worchester, MA: The Messenger, 1892.

LeRoy, Albert. "The Fiftieth Anniversary of Rerum Novarum." International Labor Review 44 (October 1941) 369-88.

Leroy-Beaulieu, M. Anatole. "State Intervention in Social Economy." Popular Science Monthly 41 (August 1892) 463-68.

Loftus, J.A. "Protest against Simplicism." Commonweal 24 (18 September 1936) 479-81.

Lorwin, L.L. "The Encyclicals of Leo XIII and Pius XI." Current History 34 (July 1931) 486-87.

Lucas, Herbert. "The Encyclical and the Economists." Month 72 (July 1891) 305-20.

Machacek, Pavel. "Rerum Novarum and the Nazis in Slovakia." Tablet 177 (24 May 1941) 406-07.

Maclean, D.A. "Christian Industrial Democracy: Its Moral Basis." International Journal of Ethics 37 (July 1927) 377-89.

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Marygrove College, Detroit. A Second Spring: A Commemoration of the Golden Jubilee of Rerum Novarum. Detroit: Marygrove College, 1941.

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McKevitt, Peter. "Pope Leo XIII and Social Reform." Irish Ecclesiastical Record 57 (May 1941) 438-51.

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McMahon, Thomas F. "May 15, 1971 Eighty Years After." American Ecclesiastical Review 164 (May 1971) 291-96.

Miller, Raymond J. "Revolutionary Encyclical." Catholic Mind 49 (October 1951) 654-59. Reprinted from the Ligourian (May 1951).

Mitchell, John J., Jr. "Embracing A Socialist Vision: The Evolution of Catholic Social Thought, Leo XIII to John Paul II." Journal of Church and State 27 (1985) 465-481.

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