About the authors
Gregory Baum is Professor Emeritus at McGill University, and is currently associated with the Jesuit-sponsored Centre justice et foi in Montreal. During the Vatican Council II he was a peritus (advisor) at the Ecumenical Secretariat. He resigned from the priesthood in 1976 but continues to be actively involved in the life and health of the Roman Catholic Church. Baum is an Officer of the Order of Canada and has received seven honorary doctorates from universities in Canada and the United States. He lives in Montreal.
DUNCAN CAMERON teaches political economy at the University of Ottawa.
Other titles by Gregory Baum
The Oil Has Not Run Dry
The Story of My Theological Pathway
A Sociologist Turns to Theology
Truth and Relevance
Catholic Theology in French Quebec since the Quiet Revolution
Nationalism, Religion, and Ethics
Karl Polanyi on Ethics and Economics
Foreword by Marguerite Mendell
Compassion and Solidarity
The Church for Others
Catholics and Canadian Socialism
Political Thought in the Thirties and Forties