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Catholic Social Teaching

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Catholic Social Teaching Life and Dignity of the Human Person Dignity of Work and Rights of Workers Stewardship of Creation All humans have to have the respect for God's world. He made us and he made all creation on Earth. That is why we should take care of it. The Earth has limited resources on it, and we should be careful how we use them, we should also be kind to them. If we don't take care of all these gifts from God, our Earth will fall apart. Call to Family, Community and Participation Individuals are just regular people. They live as a peaceful and loving community. All of them participate in events, jobs, and important business to fulfill their lives. They won't harm you or hurt you, they will care for you. That is what a perfect community would sound like. But today, not everyone participates in neighborhood gatherings, or sometimes even come out of their house. Option for the Poor and Vulnerable Every human and everything deserves a right to live on this Earth that God made. Catholics believe that only God gets to decide when someone's life is over. People that are not "popular" should not be laughed at or made fun of. Promotion:
- to prevent bullying, people could include everyone
- to prevent the death penalty, we could make a petition to send in to the Congress to change the law
-also to prevent bullies, everyone could try to be nice to each other Song: Judge Not by Bob Marley.

"Don't you look at me so smug,
And say I'm going bad.
Who are you to judge me
And the life that I live?
I know that I'm not perfect
And that I don't claim to be.
So before you point your fingers,
Be sure your hands are clean." The message that this song is giving is that bullies shouldn't go and pick on people and judge them. If bullies do pick on kids, it's one less friend they will have. This isn't just bullies it's everyone. Promotion:
-say a friendly hello to someone when you pass them by in your neighborhood
-you could set up a gathering for everyone in your neighborhood
-you could even try to make new friends when you're at the park Song:
Do you know your community helpers, community helpers, community helpers?
Yes I know the community helpers. They help us everyday. 'Do you know your community helpers' is a good example of people participating to make everybody's life easier. This is a good song to inform people about the people that give up their time to help us. Rights and Responsibilities We all have rights. Rights to freedom of speech, shelter, freedom of religion, and to stay safe. But with those rights, come responsibilities. With the responsibility, we have to do our homework, chores, and follow the law. We have to take our rights and be responsible with them. When we are not responsible, like breaking the law, not doing our homework, and being mean to others, those rights that we have can be taken away. Everyday we see people that are yearning for food and begging for money. We usually just pass by them and pray a little prayer to help them out. But, sometimes that doesn't do anything. When we pass a person sitting on the streets with nothing, we should give them blankets and pillows to make them feel at home. Also some people have disabilities that make them vulnerable in all sorts of ways. Some of those ways are: bullying and criticism. Song: Landlord by Jonathan Niotis
I don't want to rent a house from you. Don't know how you can expect me to ain't moving 'cause I know my rights. Too many homeless on the streets at night. You own a street and a block of flats. You earn your living like the other rats. You've no morality, what do you care. You deal in poverty, you buy despair. The song relates to Option for the Poor and Vulnerable because it is about how a landlord owns a ton of land, but there are homeless people on the street. The message we think this song is trying to give is there are homeless people that are cold and hungry, and there are open houses in a neighborhood, but they can't afford to stay there. Song: Freedom by Paul Mcartney

This is my right, a right given by god
To live a free life, to live in freedom

We talkin’ about freedom
Talkin’ bout freedom
I will fight, for the right
To live in freedom The song relates to the theme by explaining how everyone has the right to freedom. Also, we have the right to take that freedom and use it responsibly. Promotion:
-Follow the law.
-Listen to what you're told by your parents.
-Help the Earth by picking up trash on the ground. Promotion:
-When you see people on the streets, you could at least give some of your stuff that you don't need.
-Give a homeless person a couple dollars too; that will really help them.
-You could maybe buy a homeless some food so they aren't starving all the time.
-If you see someone with a disability, you could say a friendly hello, or maybe smile at them. There must be workers to improve this world. Workers have the right to apply anywhere for a job; and they also have the right to a safe work environment and a fair wage. People must have respect for them, because they are doing the world a favor. It is our job to treat them with respect, and to treat them as we would want to be treated. Promotion:
-Protest out against child labor and unjust wages
-Provide workers positive support, so they do a good job.
-Encourage workers to do their best, by having employee get-togethers and parties. Child Labor
February 4, 2000
Rana Jawad Asghar's commentary (Jan. 20) calls child labor in Pakistan an inevitable byproduct of poverty and argues that efforts to reduce child labor hurt the very people they seek to help. I disagree. The Clinton administration, along with other governments and organizations around the world, believes that abusive child labor can--and must--be eliminated. Last June, 174 nations adopted an International Labor Organization convention that calls for action to remove children from abusive child labor and put them in school. This article relates to Rights of Workers because children deserve to be respected and a fair wage if they are going to be put to work. There is no reason that they should have to work all day, and get nothing out of it. Their lives are at risk because they don't have a safe work environment either. Kids are the future of the world, and they should be treated kindly. Promotion:
-Instead of littering, take the extra time and throw your trash away in a trash can.
-Turn off the water when brushing your teeth.
-Take shorter showers instead of baths.
-If you cut down a tree, plant another somewhere else.
-Ride a bike or walk if you have to go short distances. Heal The World by Michael Jackson

Make It A Better Place
For You And For Me
And The Entire Human Race
There Are People Dying
If You Care Enough
For The Living
Make A Better Place
For You And For Me This song sends a message that we should all make the world a better place, for everyone. Michael Jackson did a great job on this song, because he is using his fame to get the word out that everyone needs to start caring a little more about the Earth. THE END!!!!!!!!!
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