Illuminating Dark Times- The Surprising Relevance of Catholic Social Teaching

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In 1968 the social philosopher and sometime critic of Christianity Hannah Arendt published a book in homage to Bertolt Brecht’s poem, ‘To Posterity’, which begins with the following stanza:

Indeed I live in the dark times!
A guileless word is an absurdity. A smooth forehead betokens
A hard heart. He who laughs
Has not yet heard
The terrible tidings.

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Anna Rowlands