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By: Todd Walatka, University of Notre Dame
Pope Francis has spoken on many occasions of the “preferential option for the poor” as an essential part of his vision for the Church. The preferential option is a fundamental principle in Catholic Social Teaching, but it is also easily misunderstood. As a part of Catholic Social Teaching, the preferential option presents an ethical and political demand. Meghan Clark has an excellent post that unpacks…
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