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Catholic Social Teaching

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Simon Rebullida

on 19 February 2015

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Transcript of Catholic Social Teaching

Catholic Overview The principles of social justice adhered to and promoted by the Roman Catholic Church based on Foundational Principles Catholic Social Teaching Catholic Social Teaching? What is The body of church teaching that comes from what God revealed about the truth of human dignity, human solidarity, and moral principles of justice and peace. Catholic Social Teaching CST Rooted in four sources of wisdom: sacred scripture, sacred tradition, reason, and experience -
in other words, the sum total of what was taught, affirmed, and passed on for generations. CST Jesus CST flows primarily from the life and words of CST is modeled after the image and communion of the life-giving Holy Trinity How do we apply the Gospel of Jesus Christ to our life together as one human family? Asks: Gives principles for reflection
Provides criteria for judgement
Offers guidelines for action Three Aspects of CST Is it enough?
Is it personal, private, or an internal matter? Faith + Holiness Lived in the Real World Faith and holiness
is a lived social reality. It is action based. James 2:14-26
Matthew 7:21 John 10:10 Luke 4:14-21 1. Human
Dignity 2. Respect for Life 3. Family
Community
Participation 4. Rights and Duties 5. Common Good 6. Option for the Poor 7. Dignity of Work and Workers 8. Solidarity 9. Stewardship Wheel of Justice:
Catholic Social Justice Principles Signs of the Times Task 2 Transformation Task 1 Inner transformation - live with integrity: what we beleive matches how we live (holiness) Rebullida Justice: Social Our faith and CST Inner Interpret the What must we do? Action: Transformation Task 3 External
Transformation of society (our world) by establishng the Kingdom of God - a kingdom of righteousness, justice, and peace. This is done through deeds and words. What is happening in my world? Where is God calling me? Where has God placed me?
What gifts do I have? What can I do? Two Feet
of Social Justice Transformation Task 3 External
Transformation of society (our world) by establishng the Kingdom of God - a kingdom of righteousness, justice, and peace. This is done through deeds and words. Preach at all times
when necessary use words
St. Francis of Asissi Analogy:
Babies in the river + Human Rights
and Responsibilities Human Rights are: universal (for all human beings)
inviolalble (untouchble)
inalienable (inherent) directly related to human dignity
rights are not earned but due each person becuase we are made in the image and likeness of God Human Rights have corresponding responsibilities
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