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Mary Ann Glendon speaks on the relationship between the Universal Declaration of Human RIghts of 1948 and Catholic social thought. She remarks on the great connection between the many ideals shared by the two and the effect that one had on the other in their respective developments and documents. She shares the message of hope that one will complement the other in the global practice for the common good and well-being of all mankind.
Marianists, Catholic social thought, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Marianist Award
TEMP GR. STOR US. CATH KF 4270.C3 G56 2001
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Glendon, Mary Ann, "Catholicism and Human Rights" (2001). Marianist Award Lectures. 7.