This volume contains seven of Austin Woodbury’s texts concerning the themes of the Family, Politics, Education and Formation. The first tackles the question: “Who has the right to determine and to provide the means of education, especially to the young?” The second refutes four objections against the Catholic Church’s law that Catholic parents choose a school to provide a Catholic education for their child, and identifies the root cause of these objections. The third identifies the nature and purpose of education, especially regarding physical education, sex instruction, co-education, religion in education, and the formation of character. The fourth explains the importance of piety and religion. The fifth identifies the means for obtaining maturity in the Christian life. The sixth identifies the two fundamental truths required for a correct political theory. And the seventh offers insights into the three forms of Capitalism and a corrective for the current situation in Western economies.
- Hardcover: 264 pages.
- Publisher: Sydney, Donum Dei Press (2016).
- Language: English.
- ISBN-13: 978-0-9953896-0-1.
- Product Dimensions: 155 x 14 x 234 mm.
- Shipping Weight: 700 grams.
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