The Catholic debt to the Salvos

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By Bruce Duncan

A talk to the Salvation Army Moral & Social Issues Conference (Southern Territory) 15 June 2013 Geelong

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‘Kiwanis Rings for Salvation Army’ by Akron Kiwanis, flickr cc

Many people will be surprised to hear that Catholics owe a debt to the Salvation Army, which had a significant influence on the English Cardinal Manning, who helped shape Pope Leo XIII’s social encyclical, On the Condition of the Working Class. Bruce Duncan recalled this as he spoke on essential link between faith and social responsibility.

To read Bruce’s article in full, click HERE.


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