By Gregoire Catta SJ. Looks at how ethical reflections like Catholic social teaching are a resource for theology. Focuses on a few post-Vatican II papal social encyclicals, namely Pope Paul VI’s The Development of Peoples (Populorum progressio), John Paul II’s The Concern of the Church for the Social Order (Sollicitudo rei socialis), Benedict XVI’s Charity in Truth (Caritas in veritate) and Francis’s Praise Be to You: On Care of Our Common Home (Laudato Si). Argues that these documents have a lot to say about Christology, theological anthropology & divine revelation. Read more.