"The rights of workers take priority over the maximization of profits"

Pope John Paul II,
Toronto, Canada, 1984

On the Condition of Workers Pope Leo XIII

On the Reconstruction of the Social Order Pope Pius XI

Christianity and Social Progress Pope John XXIII

On Human Work Pope John Paul II

Economic Justice for All U.S. Bishops

Labor Day Statements of the United States Catholic Conference

Work and Wages Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace

Some Concerns About Employment The bishops of New Zealand

A Spirituality of Work Committee for the World of Work of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales

Right to Organise and Collective Bargaining Convention International Labour Organisation

Workers' Representatives Convention International Labour Organisation

Labour Relations (Public Service) Convention International Labour Organisation

Convention concerning the Promotion of Collective Bargaining International Labour Organisation

Steeple Solidarity: Mainline Church Renewal and the Union Corporate Campaign Michael M. Oswalt

“Not Charity But Justice”: Charles Gore, Workers, and the Way John F. Wirenius

The Church and the Workplace Brian Lawrence

Marching for Morals: Early Struggles in the Dutch Christian Worker Movement Peter van Dam

Migrant Shepherds in Colorado Ricardo Ariza

Participating in the New Creation: A Theological Appreciation of Work Henry L. Novello

Holy Working Fr Aidan Nichols, OP

Subsidiarity and the Just Wage: Implications of Catholic Social Teaching for the Minimum-Wage Debate Andrew V. Abela

Wage Justice: A Pious Wish? Walter Lesch

Some Reflections on Labor and Employment Ramifications of Diocesan Bankruptcy Filings David L. Gregory

Workers in the Vineyard: Catholic Social Thought and the Workplace Susan J. Stabile

Globalization and the Church´s Social Mission in Asia: The Church´s Human Rights Advocacy for Transnational Migrant Workers in Korea Denis Kim

Why a Right to a Job at a Living Wage? William P. Quigley

Polish Traditions on Work Jerzy W. Galkowski, page 267

Catholic Social Teaching and the "Right to Organize" Marilynn P. Fleckenstein

Bernard Lonergan on Work Prof. Richard M. Liddy

Giving Meaning to Work: the Spiritual Challenge of Our Time Ingeborg Gabriel

The Christian Humanization of Work: Job Satisfaction in the Hospitality Industry Dr. James J. Spillane, S.J.

Work as Participation in the Life of the Trinity Deborah Savage

Work, Social Structure and Leadership Spirituality and the Problem of Employment Rafael Alvira

Catholic Social Teaching and the "Right to Organize" Marilynn P. Fleckenstein, Ph.D.

New Ways of Living in the World of Work Rev. Kevin Phillips

How Do We Understand Work? Roy Cassin

The Spirit of Work Thomas J. Cottle

Competition and Co-Operation at Work: The Choices Before Us Theresa O'Donovan

Labor Encyclicals Should Apply to Church Workers National Catholic Reporter

Church Accused of Workplace Injustices Tim McCarthy

Read My Genes: Genetic Screening in the Workplace Claire Andre and Manuel Velasquez

Do Unemployment Traps Cause Unemployment? Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice in Ireland

Labor: A Suggestion for Rethinking the Way of the Christian Vitor Westhelle

Faith, Work, and Economic Structures Richard Luecke

Vocation, Work, and Work for Pay Mark Gibbs

When Working Is Over or, When Working Takes on a Unique Transformation Martin J. Heinecken

Co-Workers in His Design Francis Turner

Sin and Work: Christianity and industrial relations, II Alexander J. Matejko

Time to Stand and Stare John F. Kavanagh

Work and Play Dorothy Berridge

Work and Man Peter Hebblethwaite

No Idle God John L. McKenzie

The Right of Workers to Share in Ownership, Management, and Profits Gerard Rooney

The Right of Workers to Share in Ownership, Management, and Profits Patrick O'Brien

The Morality of Right-to-Work-Laws Francis W. Carney

Work Dorothy Day

The Church and Work Dorothy Day

Trade Unions J. Theyskens, S.J., page 86

Work, Wealth and Wages Joseph Husslein, SJ

High Wages and High Prices Editorial, page 134

When Are Wages Extortionate? Editorial, page 227

Unreasonable Capital Editorial, page 259

Unreasonable Labor Editorial, page 262

Labor Laws for Women and Girls Emily B. Logue, page 306

Labor Jewish Encyclopedia

The Morality of the Aims and Methods of the Labor Union Rev. John A. Ryan, page 326

The Laborer and His Point of View William J. Kerby, page 108

Wages and the Principle of Justice Michael M. O'Kane, O. P., April issue, p. 172

Land and Labor in France and the United States Mgr Bernard O'Reilly, page 1

Land and Labor M. Ronayne, S.J., page 233

Laboring for Justice

Catholic-Labor Network

What Faith Groups Say about the Right to Organize

National Interfaith Committee For Worker Justice

Higgins Labor Study Program At the University of Notre Dame

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