The situation in many parts of the world is characterized by injustice. As high-rise buildings are being constructed in the cities, there is a ruthless demolition of the houses of the urban poor communities. Displacement of farmers and the indigenous communities is rampant to give way to the so-called development projects. For whom are these developments when thousands of people are pushed to the margins? Has the Church nothing to say in this kind of situation? What are its views and teachings regarding ownership and property? The Church Social Teachings on ownership and property have received criticisms from capitalists, socialists and communists. The socialists and communists allege that the Church’s teaching on the natural rights of a person to private property is nothing but a justification to preserve the status quo. The capitalists meanwhile boast that they are supported by the Church in their advocacy of private property. However, the Church’s views on ownership and property are very different from that of the capitalist, socialists and the communist. Discover how and why through this book on ownership and property from an empirical and theological perspectives.