The principles of Catholic Social Teaching: Human Dignity. Solidarity. Subsidiarity.
Catholic Social Teaching Principles
- Life and Dignity of the Human Person.
- Care for God’s creation.
- Call to Family, Community and Participation.
- Option for the Poor and Vulnerable.
- Rights and Responsibilities.
- Dignity of Work and Rights of Workers.
Terms in this set (7)
- life and dignity of the human person. …
- call to family, community, and participation. …
- rights and responsibilities. …
- option for the poor and vulnerable. …
- the dignity of work and the rights of the workers. …
- solidarity. …
- care for God’s creation.
What are the basic tenets of Catholicism?
The chief teachings of the Catholic church are: God’s objective existence; God’s interest in individual human beings, who can enter into relations with God (through prayer); the Trinity; the divinity of Jesus; the immortality of the soul of each human being, each one being accountable at death for his or her actions in …
The social teachings are made up of three distinct elements:
- Principles of reflection;
- Criteria for judgement; and.
- Guidelines for action.
The four principles of social justice
A definition must consider four principles: access, equity, participation, and human rights.
What is meant by the universal distribution of goods?
The universal distribution of goods is a RULE of Catholic Social Doctrine that says that God created the goods of the earth and they should be shared for all.
Catholic Social Teaching (CST) offers a way of thinking, being and seeing the world. It provides a vision for a just society in which the dignity of all people is recognised, and those who are vulnerable are cared for.
The magisterium of the Catholic Church is the church’s claimed authority or office to give authentic interpretation of the Word of God, “whether in its written form or in the form of Tradition.” According to the 1992 Catechism of the Catholic Church, the task of interpretation is vested uniquely in the Pope and the …
What is the foundation of Catholicism?
According to Catholic tradition, the Catholic Church was founded by Jesus Christ. The New Testament records Jesus’ activities and teaching, his appointment of the twelve Apostles, and his instructions to them to continue his work.