Many people think that Catholic institutions are too rigid, and that priests are too strict or too conservative. While this is certainly true, the Catholic Church holds that people are “redeemed” when they repent and make amends, especially those who have committed serious sins of sin.
The Catholic Church does not tolerate tattoos, and is a particularly strict society regarding public and private tattoos. Because the Church does not tolerate tattoos, a tattoo must be of the person who has committed sin with his/her body. This means that one must remove the tattoo of the one who is guilty of sin, or at least make an effort to remove the tattoo(s), before he/she can get a new tattoo.
To get a new tattoo in Canada, one must first be a Roman Catholic. Then you need to ask your parish priest to have the permission of the Catholic Church to get a tattoo.
The University of Chicago’s Department of Sociology has teamed up with Columbia University to build a network of researchers and postdoctoral fellows who can access “unique, research-rich datasets about race in the United States.”
But while the Columbia announcement mentions “race, class, and opportunity” in terms that seem to suggest race has nothing to do with wealth, the U of C website clearly calls on prospective postdoctoral fellows to “research and publish in an area of social science that addresses these central questions of inequality and mobility and that is relevant to current public policy.”
The new partnerships are an indication that sociology is beginning to feel the Bern, as the field increasingly looks to connect its research to political activism. The program is part of a new push for “social change science” in universities and beyond to better understand and respond to the challenges of inequality and opportunity—a movement that has gained an interest from some prominent figures in political science, including Michael Tesler of MIT’s Sloan School of Management and George Loewenstein of New York University.
The research initiative begins in April 2017, with an invitation-only open call starting in March. In their mission statement, university officials call it a “fascinating journey” and note “this is an ideal time to explore this new frontier of social science. With the right research, we can begin to build a broader, more broadly relevant context for solving the many challenges facing the U.S.”
The two-year research program is designed to support “data-driven, social-science-oriented theories of social change and change science, social science research on inequality
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