Fourth in a series, In Exploring What a consumer culture can do to us, Father John Kavanaugh, S.J., in his book, “Following Christ in a Consumer Culture (New York Maryknoll: Orbis, 1991, pp. 194), refers to an article in Fortune magazine:
Third in a series, REFLECTING ON THE emphasis that Father John Kavanaugh, S.J., places on living in the present moment in his excellent book, “Following Christ in a Consumer Culture (New York Maryknoll: Orbis, 1991, pp. 194), I have become more aware of how often I fail at doing this.
Second in a series, Just before I sat down to write this column, I re-read some of the pages toward the beginning of Jesuit Father John Kavanaugh’s terrific book, “Following Christ in a Consumer Society: The Spirituality of Cultural Resistance” (New York, Maryknoll: Orbis, 1991, pp. 194).
First in a series I BELIEVE THAT the importance of the Church’s teaching on social justice will become more and more apparent during Pope Francis’ tenure as the leader of the Catholic Church. Pope Francis has made so many statements about the evil of consumerism that his remarks have led me back to a book that I read several years ago, a book that profoundly influenced my outlook on society.