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1

Divine Providence

Grace in the cooperation with human freedom makes up the mysterious presence of God in history

2

Solidarity

Requires active concern and love for the common good

3

Principle of Solidarity

The principle that states that a community of higher order should not interfere/ should support it in the internal life of a community of a lower order

4

Jesus' Prayer

Jesus, have mercy on me, a sinner

5

Holy Tension

A strained holy relationship

6

Name and briefly explain the two virtues that the Church requires to ensure equality for all people.

1. Social Justice - Requires from each person all that is necessary for the common good
2. Solidarity - Requires active concern and love for the common good

7

Name the requirements for true social justice

1. Application of the virtues of solidarity and social justice
2. Well formed individual conscience
3. Independent groups organized to secure the common good
4. Complimentary state regulation based on the Principle of Solidarity

8

List the 10 commandments

1. No God's before me
2. Don't take the Lord's name in vain
3. Keep the Sabbath day holy
4. Honor your mother and father
5. Don't kill
6. Don't commit adultery
7. Don't steal
8. Don't lie
9. Don't covet your neighbors wife
10. Don't covet your neighbors belongings

9

List the corporal works of mercy

1. Feed the hungry
2. Give drinks to the thirsty
3. Clothe the naked
4. Give shelter to those in need
5. Visit the sick
6. Bury the dead
7. Ransom money

10

List spiritual works of mercy

1. Instruct the ignorant
2. Council the doubtful
3. Comfort the sorrowful
4. Reprove the sinner
5. Forgive injuries
6. Bear wrong patiently
7. Pray for the living and the dead

11

What are the ideal requirements and the best environment in a Christian home?

Charity begins at Christian homes. The family must be a place of piety. The family life should be inspired by the Gospel as a way of life and open to new life. The family should have rules, regulations, and rewards, with all living in respect and dignity. The family should serve and run as a miniature society.