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‘Solidarity and subsidiarity call us to engage in local politics’

“In my work on federal policy with Network Lobby for Catholic Social Justice, I have the opportunity to hear from folks in communities across the nation about the impacts of policy decisions in their own communities. As I process these interactions, along with what I’ve observed in my own small city of Terre Haute, Indiana, I’ve been reflecting on the interplay between federal and local governments. In many ways, it resembles the interplay between solidarity and subsidiarity in Catholic social teaching.”

Read Sister Emily TeKolste’s recent piece from Global Sisters Report “Solidarity and subsidiarity call us to engage in local politics” by clicking here.

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Jason Moon

Jason Moon

Jason Moon serves as media relations manager for the Sisters of Providence. Previously, he spent more than 16 years in the newspaper industry.

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