In the four years since the publication of the second edition of A Catechism for Business, Pope Francis' enormous contributions to spreading the good news of the gospel has led to his promulgation of two apostolic exhortations and now a new encyclical, Fratelli tutti, focusing on human fraternity and solidarity. The vibrant tradition of Catholic thinking on social issues is unparalleled in its capacity to help guide human beings towards individual and communal flourishing. The context of a world emerging from a pandemic and new challenges to Christian faith and practice beckon for a refreshed look at pressing questions. Editors Andrew Abela and Joseph Capizzi offer the updated third edition which will incorporate material from both of these apostolic exhortations and the new encyclical.
"A welcome compendium of magisterial teaching on topics relevant to business managers and leaders... A Catechism for Business is a reference book that every Catholic would benefit from, whether or not they work in business."~The Catholic Social Science Review
"Undertakes a valuable and much needed project: bringing the insights of Catholic social teaching in a usable form to people engaged in business and commerce...A book such as this that organizes material from the primary sources around particular questions in a coherent structure will be a great help to many Catholic business people who want to live a unified life in which their faith informs their working life."~Journal of Markets and Morality
"This is an excellent reference for theologians and business leaders who want to quickly locate important texts regarding a wide variety of business concerns. The editors have judiciously chosen texts that reflect doctrinal teaching on each issue. A valuable resource for classes and workshops on Catholic business ethics."~Theological Studies