I'm Mormon, but sometimes I surprise items that confuse the struggle for
social justice with being left or Marxism have some, I know and have worked with
the pastoral workers and with people who knew murders in El Salvador to Catholic
priests who fighting for social justice and erán not related to any
political idea, but the vision of fighting for the poor, as Jesus did, what
happens to the great power that sustains other large estates of the Catholic
Church itself and the so-vision we have in the United States, to qualify any
person to fight for social justice and for the poor, and workers will be called
socialist or Marxist or left, is a big mistake, say that those who comply the
call of Jesus to give hunger the hungry and do everything possible so that the
conditions are excellent for eradicating the poverty, because the gospel also
helps both the temporal and spiritual. Excuse my bad English, and I hope I have
given you a misunderstanding of what I want to express.
The Catholic Church makes no allowance for a Marxist interpretation of the
Gospels because dogma does not like company that threatens competition.