Caring for Someone Who Has Had a Stroke (Caring in a Crisis)

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Faith, hope, and mutual support: Paths to empowerment as perceived by women in poverty. Pawlikowski, OSM, Catholic Theological Union "This well-reasoned study by an expert in Catholic social thought offers an excellent explanation of the Catholic Church's firm belief that the government is morally required to provide for assistance to all persons in the event of sickness, unemployment, and old age—it is, in fact, the government's duty to make certain that all persons have those things necessary to preserve human dignity."—Robert F.

Pages: 112

Publisher: Age Concern Books (December 1995)

ISBN: 0862421837

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