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Dignitatis Humanae: Religious Liberty & the Church

Jacques Maritain (1882-1973, left) was an influential Catholic philosopher of the early 20th century. He promoted what he called an “integral humanism,” in which people of different religious faiths could contribute to the common good while still reflecting Christian values in a democratic society. His approach won the admiration of many, including a young bishop … Continue reading Dignitatis Humanae: Religious Liberty & the Church


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