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1

The Catechism defines society as a group of persons bound together "_________" by a principle of unity that goes "_________"

Organically, beyond each of them

2

The principle of subsidiarity discourages attempts to __________ and encourages ________.

Centralize power, sharing of power

3

T or F
Subsidiarity means that we should maintain the status quo

False, subsidiarity cannot be used as a reason to deny individual rights as occurs many times in our current society.

4

The common good includes the sum of the _____, ________, and ______ conditions needed to achieve full human dignity and entails the elements of ______, _______, and _______.

1. Spiritual, material, and social
2. Respect for human person, social well being, peace

5

Pope John Paul II wrote that "we are all really responsible for all" reflecting the virtue of social charity, or ______.

Solidarity

6

The preferential option for the poor demands a _______ despite living in a consumerist society.

Conversion

7

The precepts of natural law are _______, meaning that they apply to each person, and foundational for not only individual conduct but _____.

Universal
Civil law

8

What is the relationship between individual responsibilities and social obligations?

Since societies exist primarily to promote the welfare of individuals, those who hold positions of authority in them have obligations toward individual persons.

9

Name three types of writes afforded to families.

--Human life must be respected and protected
--Spouses have the right to found a family
--People have a right to free choice of their state of life

10

Which right is the most foundational right? Explain

Right to Life

11

In addition to Scriptures and God's revelation through Jesus, the Church reiles on __________, which can be discovered through human reason and teaches us to do good and avoid evil.

Natural Law

12

No man is an _____

Island

13

The three divine persons are bound in a COMMUNITY of love.

*

14

The most basic society to which humans belong

Family

15

The principle of CST that holds that a higher unit of society should not do what a lower unit can do as well

Subsidiarity

16

A program that puts into practice the virtue of solidarity by respecting human dignity and promoting global economic justice

Fair trade

17

Subsidiarity supports the sharing of power and authority on the GRASSROOTS level

*

18

A way individuaks can make a difference is by supporting POLITICAL candidates that have a global vision to help other nations

*

19

The establishment of a just society would be impossible without this.

Peace

20

She taught holiness by emphasizing the simple acceptence of God's love for us

St Therese of Lisieux

21

Preacher and novelist Federick Beuchner compared the interconnectedness of life to this

Spider Web

22

The families of MIGRANTS have the right to the same protections as other families.

*

23

The PREFERENTIAL option for the poor sees things from their perspective.

*

24

one of the theree essential elements of the common good: social well-being and development.

*

25

Pope John Paul II spelled out the rights of the family in The CHARTER of the Rights of the Family

*

26

The 10 commandments were already oresent in the HEARTS and minds of the Chosen People.

*

27

Jesus takes the side of those most in NEED, physically and spiritually.

*

28

One of the three essential elements of the common good: RESPECT for persons.

*

29

The virtue of social charity, friendship, and respinsible sharing whereby we recognize our interdependence

Solidarity

30

The rules, LAWS, and procedures of society must serve people and not vice versa.

*

31

God's plan written into the way he made things

Natural Law

32

The precepts of natural law are UNIVERSAL

*

33

Natural Law is the basis of this

Civil Law

34

These laws on the national level were and are necessary to guarantee that basic human rights are respected in all states

Civil rights

35

Because we have a social nature, we have RESPONSIBILITIES towards the communities in which we live.

*

36

The family is the ORIGINAL CELL of social life.

*

37

Individual PERSONS are the foundation, cause, and end of all social institutions

*

38

The natural law is unchangeable and PERMANENT

*

39

The Church in the Modern World teaches that everyone must consider his every neighbor without exception as another SELF

*

40

The sum of the spiritual, material, and social conditions needed for a person to achieve full human dignity

Common good

41

This cannot be contracted except by free and full consent duly expressed by the spouses

Marriage

42

We respect others when we feel or show ESTEEM for them

*

43

A group of individuals bound together organically by a principle of u jty that goes beyond them

Society

44

They are the first and foremost educstors of the children

Parents

45

CATHOLIC Relief Services is an international relief organization.

*

46

Before God we are all POOR.

*

47

A way individuals can make a difference

Pray

48

We learn from Scripture that we are _______ ________.

Social beings