Labor Day Statements (1990 – 1999)

Social Security and Solidarity

Cardinal Roger Mahony, Archbishop of Los Angeles
Chairman, Domestic Policy Committee
United States Catholic Conference
September 6, 1999

Labor Day: Not a Picnic for Everyone

Most Reverend William S. Skylstad, Bishop of Spokane
Chairman, Committee on Domestic Policy
United States Catholic Conference
September 7, 1998

Economic Progress: Looking Beyond the Numbers

Most Reverend William S. Skylstad
Chair, Committee on Domestic Policy
United States Catholic Conference
September 1, 1997

An Economy of Paradoxes: Labor Day Challenges

Most Reverend Williams Skylstad, Bishop of Spokane
Chair, Domestic Policy Committee
United States Catholic Conference
September 2, 1996

Renewing the Social Contract: Reclaiming the Dignity of Work and the Rights of Workers

Bishop John H. Ricard, S.S.J., Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore
Chariman, Committee on Domestic Policy
United States Catholic Conference
September 4, 1995

Work: Still at the Center of the Social Question

Bishop John H. Ricard S.S.J., Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore
Chair, Committee on Domestic Policy
United States Catholic Conference
September 5, 1994

Msgr. George Higgins: A “Labor Priest” Challenges Us

Bishop John H. Ricard S.S.J., Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore
Chairman, Committee on Domestic Policy
United States Catholic Conference
September 6, 1993

Work and Family: Old Values, New Challenges

Bishop James W. Malone, Bishop of Youngstown
Chair, Committee on Domestic Social Policy
United States Catholic Conference
September 7, 1992

A Time for Action

Bishop James Malone, Bishop of Youngstown
Chair, Committee on Domestic Policy
United States Catholic Conference
September 2, 1991

On the New Condition of Labor

Monsignor George G. Higgins
September 3, 1990
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