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Sollicitudo Rei Socialis

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Transcript of Sollicitudo Rei Socialis

Sollicitudo Rei Socialis
Introduction and Background
See, Judge and Act
Moral Principle
Sollicitudo rei Socialis is an encyclical promulgated by Pope John Paul II on 30 December 1987, Written in regard to "Social Concern"
Broadly translated as "The Concern (of the Church) for the Social Order" was written by Pope John Paul II to mark the twentieth anniversary of Populorum Progressio.
Pope John Paul II
See
Development cannot be defined in purely economic terms.
Widening the gap between developed and developing countries.
Lack of Housing
Unemployment and Underemployment
International Dept
Judge
a.) Human Equality
All people come from their inherent human dignity, Differences in talent is a part of God's plan but discrimination is not.
b.) Human Dignity
Every person is created in the likeness of God They are invaluable and worthy of respect as a member of the human family. Dignity grants inalienable rights - political, legal, social and economic rights.
c.) Principle of Common good
Respecting the rights and responsibilities of all people. The Individual does not have unregulated rights at the expense of others.
d.) Universal Destination of Goods
Earth and all it produces is intended for every person, Private ownership is acceptable but all have enough to live in dignity
e.) Protection for the Poor and Vulnerable
Put the needs of the poor and vulnerable first, public policy decisions in how they affect the poor.
f.) Principle of Participation
Having the right and duty to participate in society, seeking the well being of all, Everyone has the right not to be shut out from participating in institutions necessary for human fulfillment.
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Cleef M.Dizon
Bryan Marlk Gines
Alsbeth Dasalla
Jericho Borja
The writing of the Encyclical
a.) Human Equality
b.) Human Dignity
c.)The Principle of the Common Good
d.) The Universal Destination of Goods
e.) Preferential Protection for the Poor and Valuable
f.) The Principle of Participation
Act
The Option is Christian Charity which inspires people to help supply the hungry, the needy, the homeless, those without medical care and, above all, those without hope of a better future.
The Christian Vision upon all aspects of human life defines economic terms.
To act against Unemployment and Underemployment
Define Human Equality and to share the Common Goods to those who are less fortunate.
Social Sin is the result from accumulation and concentration of many personal sins. therefore neglecting the Common Good.
Developments and Developing countries.
"selfishness" and "shortsightedness" being "mistaken political calculations" and "imprudent economic decisions".
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