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Politics The church’s involvement in politics should not be viewed as an intention to rule politics or grab power from political leaders. The church’s aim to influence government policies and actions. The catholic church teaches that morality and politics cannot be separated. Villa Luz resorts and restaurants aware about the number of tourist who visited everyday. BIBLIOGRAPHY
Villa Luz (Ate Lucing) Resort & Restaurant Inc. – c/o Sir Rowell Villanueva Submitted by:
Gamasan, Janella Diane
Sim Jang Lee then it started to expand rapidly (like an explosion), and the expansion is still going on for at least 13 billion years. Reed 144 this was the state of singularity, where the number of dimensions are infinite. There was no space and no time. with Einstein's theory,
scientists also discovered
black holes the very heavy radio stars, whose gravitational field is so strong that even light can't escape from them. that's why they are 'invisible' The theory of general relativity predicts that a sufficiently compact mass will deform spacetime to form a black hole. Basis for the Church's Involvement in Politics There are Five Bases for the Church's mission in Politics The Church's mission of integral salvation involves the temporal sphere, not only the spiritual. Deceit, dishonestly, greed, unprincipled compromises brought by politics.
Church has duty to bring the message to salvation by evangelizing it and forming the conscience of people involved in politics Church's teaching:
The following moral and religious truths guide and transform politics The End! DO YOU NOW SEE THE LIGHT? Church-State Relations (sometimes "wall of separation between church and state") Cooperation between church and state so these are the miraculous rules of our universe Other support and services and activities. Aristotle’s Political Realism
“Reality is what we see and the state is a natural consequence of being human
(highest science for Aristotle) Patristic Period – Middle Age
Modern Period “Some great thinkers on Politics during this time” The Gospel and the Kingdom of God call the Church to Political Involvement Salvation includes the human person's liberation from all forms of oppression, including of course, oppressions brought by politics Salvation is Liberation from personal and social sin, including sin in the political sphere The Church has an option for the poor also in the field of politics The church has the mission to see to it that our laws and policies do not favor the rich at the expense of the poor people. We believe that the Church and State should both have their own own autonomy and independence. Though they serve and claim the fidelity of one and the same people, still they have differences in their views, principle and ends. Distinctness and Autonomy of Church and State The Relatedness of Church and State Separation of Church and State
Villa Luz Resort also has different kinds of promotion strategy to satisfy the needs of their customers. They are also aware of their competitors, that's why they keep on improving their services and adding more facilities for the tourist. The Aviary of the Philippines Birds features our local feathered treasures. They are free flying and are provided high trees natural to their habitat. An organic Vegetable Gardenis also within reach for customer who might prefer a vegetarian meal. They can personally choose which ones they like and have it cooked for them.
The resort is also a great place for camping. With all of the trees surrounding the vicinity, one should feel like nature-tripping. The resort also offers three courts for basketball, volleyball and badminton. They also have rooms for table tennis, billiards and karaoke. The amenities of the resort include a Botanical Garden great for nature lovers. A fish pond is available anytime the guest decides to catch and throw some bait. For butterfly enthusiasts, there is also a Butterfly Farm suitable for touring. They also offer a spa, especially for the older for them to relax while their families are having fun in pool or in other activities that the resort offers. Blliards, especially for the boys bonding; table tennis, for the girls bonding; and tennis court, for the tennis lover Submitted to: San Sebastian, Rowel M. Political authority is a necessity in every society Encyclical: Pacem Terris
-teaches this indispensability
of civil society. Graeco – Roman Period Plato’s Political Idealism “Reality:
Ideas – true self will be realized
Phenomena – what we see “Political leaders must be philosophers. St. Augustine - followed the idea of Plato
- should promote primarily Christian ideal
* Ideal state - Christian ruled by Christian leaders
- All citizens live in accordance with
Christian ideal. St. Thomas - Aristotelian
- political authority is necessary for attainment of the common good.
- has immeasurable influence during
his time and in the following centuries. - political authority became accepted and
Francisco Suarez (1548-1617)) - Dominican Theologian
- followed St. Thomas’ ideas.
- also cited citizens will
- for him, politics is simply natural
part of whole society John Calvin - political authority is necessary as long as we
are physically human
- law is no longer necessary because Christ has
liberated us from its bondage It was during the modern period that the necessity of political authority became accepted and popular.
Result as need of man’s existence are inadequate to provide the wholeness of “realization of man’s needs” Niccolo Machivelli (1449-1527) Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679)
Baron de Montesquieu ( 1689-1755) Jean Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) Government Public Service
greek word “polis” which means “CITY” political task – to manage a city or state
political act – action made by the city or state
describes politics as that
which for the good civil society. Church Teaching: Morality and politics should always be
interconnected. Sad to say:
- rich tower over weak and poor
- public office has often become means to
enrichment, influence and power for self
and family, interest. Contrary to the
teaching of the church Views that are contrary to the church’s teachings Burgeoisie Mentality- self interest Marxists mentality- will of the state Machiavellian mentality- moral principles can be rejected for ye interest of politics Hegelian mentality- moral principles cease to exist Political Action: involves doing something to influence and affect the policies of the state. Partisan Politics: has to do with promoting the political platform of a particular political party. Engaging in legislative advocacy, electoral activities, etc. Collective action against graft and corruption, human rights violations and socially-aggressive development projects Monitoring and being involved in government projects The Kingdom of God is at hand Believing in the Gospel should take effect in our lives by renewing our lives, by defending and promoting the values of the kingdom. Peace, Truth, Love, Freedom, Equality, Mercy and Reconciliation. At the core of the Church's mission is the integral development of the human person who is affected by politics The church must never allow politics to disregard the dignity and rights of the human person nor lead the human person to evil. Human dignity and solidarity are first principles of politics The common good is the goal of political activity There should be a mutual collaboration between political community and the Church Authority and power are divine trust for service Church and state are autonomous from each other.
The church is not subordinate to the State nor the State to the Church.
They are both independent from each other in pursuing their own God-given tasks.
They both have their own authority and conduct their own affairs. We cannot deny that they are also related from each other They are composed of the same members and serve the same people The relatedness between Church and State is three-fold: The Church and State have the same origin, namely, God They exercise their own authority over the same subjects They both embrace the obligation to be the guardian of moral order and maintainer of justice and fairness is a phrase used by Thomas Jefferson and others expressing an understanding of the intent and function of the Establishment Clause and Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. The phrase has since been repeatedly cited by the Supreme Court of the United States.
The First Amendment to the United States Constitution provides that "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof ...." and Article VI specifies that "no religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States." The modern concept of a wholly secular government is sometimes credited to the writings of English philosopher John Locke, but the phrase "separation of church and state" in this context is generally traced to a January 1, 1802 letter by Thomas Jefferson, addressed to the Danbury Baptist Association in Connecticut, and published in a Massachusetts newspaper. Echoing the language of the founder of the first Baptist church in America, Roger Williams—who had written in 1644 of “ hedge or wall of separation between the garden of the church and the wilderness of the world"— Jefferson wrote, "I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should 'make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,' thus building a wall of separation between Church & State."
Jefferson's metaphor of a wall of separation has been cited repeatedly by the U.S. Supreme Court. In Reynolds v. United States (1879) the Court wrote that Jefferson's comments "may be accepted almost as an authoritative declaration of the scope and effect of the [First] Amendment." In Everson v. Board of Education (1947), Justice Hugo Black wrote: "In the words of Thomas Jefferson, the clause against establishment of religion by law was intended to erect a wall of separation between church and state."
However, the Court has not always interpreted the constitutional principle as absolute, and the proper extent of separation between government and religion in the U.S. remains an on-going subject of impassioned debate. In spite of the separation, there is a need for the cooperation between the church and the state. They serve the same human being and therefore, their conflict will be detrimental to themselves and to the society as s whole. The state can be more effective in her mission if she works hand in hand with the church. Similarly, the church can fulfill her mission more easily and effectively if the state provides the necessary independence and freedom the church needs. The church and state must help one another and both provide the atmosphere of harmony and cooperation for the good of the people they serve