What makes you believe the term “social justice” originated with the Catholic Church?
I’m just curious because I’m doing a fairly thorough study of how the socialists took over the theological seminaries and invaded the pulpits with socialism/communism going back to the end of the 19th century. My understanding is that the term was owned by the leftists first and then pastors and priests picked it up as they studied in subverted theological seminaries.
I can’t say that I am at all familiar with the actual origins of the term, but my observation was that social justice rather resided in the Catechism of the Catholic Church confined to a degree to common knowledge of its link to Catholic doctrine therein, but the neo-communist Left has, in my opinion, highjacked it in our era, nearly daily, for political cover of their Marxist mission.
I would be interested in your own research, as I didn’t know that social justice was a term first attributed to the Left. Thanks.
Please share your findings with us in full, if you can some day. :)
- Who cares?
- The CHURCHES - esp. the Catholic Church has been involved in illegal activities - including deliberately transporting and harboring illegal aliens - from CA, NM and AZ to New Canaan CT
They should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of criminal and civil laws and tax-exempt status and tax-free status removed instantly, massive fines and huge property taxes
They are creating economic and havoc and promoting and defending violent criminal acts
But they do seem to have some serious ethical and major criminal problems within their own ranks - don’t they?
The word is: GODLESS