Appeared in Spring/Summer 1996, Vol. XXII, Nos. 1, 2

On behalf of president Stephen M. Krason and the entire board of directors of the society of Catholic social scientists, let me start my remarks by twice thanking Christendom College. First, thanks goes to President Timothy O’Donnell for allowing Christendom College to serve as the site for the third annual S.C.S.S. Conference held on October 26 and 27, 1995; the college was, to say the very least, both a gracious and generous host. Second, thanks goes to both Rev. James W. McLucas and John Janaro, the immediately former and present, respectively, editors of this journal for agreeing to publish a selection of essays from the conference in this issue.

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