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Recent statements by Pope Francis have stirred up criticism and discussion of the attitudes of the Catholic church to poverty. In modern times, economic justice was first addressed in the Social Teaching documents Rerum Novarum, issued by Pope Leo XIII in 1891, Quadragesimo Anno of 1931, and subsequently. The trouble is the subject was addressed inadequately. To make matters worse, like most things that have come from the Popes in the past century or so, the documents are not clear or to the point, but go all round it. Catholic Social Teaching (CST) has failed properly to elucidate the fundamental question of property rights, from which poverty stems. Land rent for public revenue Land rent for public revenue
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