Catholic teachings

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  • Catholic Social Teachings Of Capitalism

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    production. These viewpoints held on the economy's days since Cory do not necessarily match up with Catholic Social Doctrine, which disagrees with the moral relativism of Unregulated capitalism. It also disagrees with the religious-suppression characterizing communist Governments, as well as the communist stance on property as something that should be collective. This suggests Catholic Social Teaching is unique in the context

  • The Enron Dilemma And Catholic Social Teaching

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    The Enron Dilemma and Catholic Social Teaching The business world is an interesting environment that is often described as heartless and cutthroat. However, while it is described that way, ethics do still apply to the business world. Companies and corporations are expected to adhere to the ethical code that has become engrained in business world. Unfortunately, however, despite the existence of that expectation, some companies and corporations do not always act in an ethical manner. Enron is an example

  • Catholic Social Teaching

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    Social doctrine of the church as a social instrument of the new evangelization Three terms are present in the title of this issue: two explicit (social doctrine of the church and new evangelization) and an implicit (evangelization). We can’t talk about the new evangelization without connecting it with the evangelization itself; the relationship between the church’s social doctrine and the new evangelization comes through the evangelization. The first thing it’s the evangelization, the most original

  • The Catholic Teaching On Chastity

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    The Catholic Teaching of Chastity: Vow of Chastity Religion is one of the most studied things in history due to its connection with our daily lives, and how people choose to live. Catholics have a set of rules, sacraments, and teachings that are in place to attain eternal life in the Kingdom of God. Vows and vocations go hand in hand with the Catholic teaching, most Catholics will take a vow of chastity as a way to commit themselves to God or to fulfill their vocation and complete all seven sacraments

  • The Light Of Catholic Social Teaching Essay

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    The Catholic Church believes that human life and human dignity go hand in hand. A threat to one is an equal threat to the other. The Catechism of the Catholic Church teaches that, “The equality of men rests essentially on their dignity as persons and the rights that flow from it” (1935). The Second Vatican Council in Gaudium et Spes recognized that, “…any kind of social or cultural discrimination in basic personal rights on the grounds of sex, race, color, social conditions, language or religion

  • The Catholic Social Teaching Principles are a tool to achieve the common good. In the past and in

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    The Catholic Social Teaching Principles are a tool to achieve the common good. In the past and in today’s world the common good is short of being what is good for the whole world and has become what is good for a single society. The Cherokee Indians face the common good of the United States’ culture being forced on to them. Due to this they have lost what their culture was about, along with hundreds of lives. We can see how the Catholic Social Teaching Principles a line with their past ways, and

  • Catholic Social Teaching Essay

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    Three important Catholic Social Teachings for us to take into account when considering Caritas’ actions in the Pacific are Stewardship of Creation, Preferential Option for the Poor and Subsidiarity. Stewardship is a Catholic Social Teaching which instructs us that we the people have a responsibility to maintain and take care of the environmental resources, for we are the guardians of the land, not the true owners. Stewardship is us, God’s Creation, having a responsibility to care for the gifts

  • Catholic Social Education : The Three Principles Of Catholic Social Teaching

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    The principles of Catholic Social Teaching have been used as a guide to making responses to social problems ever since the principles were developed in 1891. The following three principles are the most relevant to the refugee crisis. 1. Human Dignity All Humans were created in the image of God. Human dignity is the honour, importance, respect and worth that belongs every person simply because they are human. In addition, it is also the status that belongs to each person as we are made in the image

  • Caritas: Catholic Social Teaching

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    many people, and can have many different meanings. However, in Catholic tradition, a mission is a way of seeking justice. A journey or deed is being done to achieve some sort of religious fulfilment or benefit. Caritas is an example of a Justice seeking mission, as they are an organisation. They have hard working volunteers to turn a good deed, in this case a donation; into something of benefit for the poor. A powerful example of catholic mission is Jesus’, which was to simply aid the unfortunate.

  • The Catholic Church's Teaching on Contraception

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    Tafadzwa Kushamba: Contraception This week marks the forty-sixth anniversary of Pope Paul VI’s encyclical Humanae Vitae, a document which clarified the Church’s moral teaching on contraception. What is contraception? Contraception is, “any action which either before, at the moment of, or after sexual intercourse, is specifically intended to prevent procreation whether as an end or as a means” (Humanae Vitae 14). There are various methods of contraception that temporarily or permanently sterilize