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Catholic Social Teaching

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John Medaille

on 1 February 2016

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Transcript of Catholic Social Teaching

δῐκαιοσύνη
Or of
righteousness
?
Do we preach a gospel of
justice
?
Question:
But not in English
In Greek, it means the same
King James Version
: "
righteousness
"
Latin
Vulgate
: "
iustitiam
"
Used over 400 times
"Dikaiosyne"
The
Magnificat
He has shown might with his arm,
dispersed the arrogant of mind and heart.
He has thrown down the rulers from their thrones
but lifted up the lowly.
The hungry he has filled with good things;
the rich he has sent away empty.
St. Clement of Alexandria (150-215)
Usury
Justice
Property
The common good
Just price
"Social Justice"
And correct their errors.
From which we may critique ALL ideologies,
Instead...
It provides us a secure platform of truth
Their growth is
his
growth
The good of the children is
his
good
The father of a family as a model
Altruism = pure disinterest
Self-interest = pure ego
Avoids the extremes of
self-interest
and
altruism
The disposition to see our own good in the others
St. John Chrysostom (347-407)
St. Ambrose of Milan (337-397)
St. Basil the Great (329-379)
Personalism
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