The article focuses on the double role of Giuseppe Toniolo as economist and promoter of theCatholic movement, dealing with one of his successful initiatives: ‘La Settimana sociale dei cattoliciitaliani’. The essay describes the project that aimed to popularize the Catholic social doctrine and thatduring its first years (1907-1908) resulted in three great meetings held in Pistoia, Brescia and Palermo.These events, that required a lot of work to Toniolo as scholar and leader of Catholic associations,met a great number of obstacles of political nature and, also of intellectual, doctrinal and regionalorigin.
|Number of pages||21|
|Journal||IL PENSIERO ECONOMICO ITALIANO|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|