What the Bishops Don't Know About Families

Whitehead, Barbara Dafoe; Blankenhorn, David
May 1992
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;May1992, Issue 23, p20
Discusses the views of Catholic Bishops on family life in the U.S. Issues concerning the well-being of children in the country; Factors which may contribute to childhood development; Recommendations of bishops concerning child welfare in their report "Putting Children First."


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