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characteristic of man
body and soul- of all God’s created beings, we are the only one who have the spiritual power to reason and freely act according to our own will.

embodied spirit

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being self-transcending, we are ___. We keep changing by constant questioning and choosing freely for ourselves.

unique, original

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characteristic of man
We avoid anything which will harm us and pursue things we perceive us good.

oriented to goodness

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characteristic of man
although we are born with dignity and gifts to do good, we are inclined also to do evil

ambivalence-

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Accdg to St ____, this ambivalence is due to the disorder of our own appetite which leads us to sin.

Paul

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- the voice of God in us, “telling us do good and avoid evil”

conscience

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All human activities combined make up a system or ___ in a society

CULTURE

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where we show our capacities-

work

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natural faculties, talents, energy, drives, and desires

capacities

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5 areas of conversion among Filipinos:

1. commitment to the common good above personal and family interest
2. commitment to honesty and integrity in public service.
3. understanding of the destination of the goods of the earth for all.
4. conversion from the consumerist mentality
5. profound understanding of the value of human work.

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the religious and moral teachings of the Church

social doctrine

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______describes the role that the Church takes in finding solutions to the problems created by changes in the world.

Social doctrines

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basis of social doctrine

1. biblical insights
2. tradition of the Fathers of the Church
3. scholastic philosophy
4. theological reflections
5. contemporary experiences of the faithful

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sources of catholic social thought

natural law
revelation

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sources of catholic social thought
comprises all moral principles that can be known thru reason

natural law-

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sources of catholic social thought
includes both the Scriptures and traditions.

revelation-

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It is the first comprehensive document of social justice especially on the subject of worker’s rights. It is considered the Magna Carta of the Church’s Social Doctine

rerum novarum

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He introduced here the concept of subsidiarity saying that social problems should be resolved on more local levels first.

Quadragessimo Anno- (The Reconstruction of Social Order)

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Furthermore, this encyclical dealt on social responsibility of ownership, and unity between capital and labor

Quadragessimo Anno- (The Reconstruction of Social Order)

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Pope John XXIII issued this encyclical to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Rerum

Mater et Magistra (On Christianity and Social Progress)

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He confirms the teachings on the value of private initiative, just wages, social function of private property and addresses for the first time the plight of non industrialized nations

Mater et Magistra (On Christianity and Social Progress)

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Pope John XXIII issued this encyclical during the course of Vatican 2 and shortly after the Cuban missile crisis.

Pacem in Terris (Peace on Earth)

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It was the first encyclical which addresses Catholics as well as non Catholics.

Pacem in Terris (Peace on Earth)

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It is the first encyclical ever to treat human rights in detail.

Pacem in Terris (Peace on Earth)

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This is the stand of the majority of the world’s bishops during Vatican 2.

Gaudium et Spes (Pastoral Constitution of the Church in the Modern World, Vatican 2)

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It links the political issue of peace to the international economic order and human development.

Gaudium et Spes (Pastoral Constitution of the Church in the Modern World, Vatican 2)

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. It deals on the duties of the people of God to scrutinize the signs of the times in the light of the Gospel.

Gaudium et Spes (Pastoral Constitution of the Church in the Modern World, Vatican 2)

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Issued during the time of Pope Paul VI.

Populorum Progressio (On Delopment of Peoples)

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The first encyclical that dealt on the social problems and international development.

Populorum Progressio (On Delopment of Peoples)

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Furthermore, it advocates economic planning and aid to promote development.

Populorum Progressio (On Delopment of Peoples)

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Issued during the time of Pope Paul VI as a commemoration of the 80th anniversary of the publication of the Rerum.

Octogesima Adveniens (A Call to Action)

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It emphasizes the role of the individual Christians and local Churches in responding to situations of injustices.

Octogesima Adveniens (A Call to Action)

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It also dealt on the problems of urbanization.

Octogesima Adveniens (A Call to Action)

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Statement of the Synod of Bishops

Justice in the World (1971)

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It explains the fundamental relationship between Christian faith and action for justice.

Justice in the World (1971)

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It teaches that gospel principles mandating justice for the liberation of all humanity as an expression of Christian love.

Justice in the World (1971)

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Issued during the commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the closing of Vatican 2.

Evangelii Nuntiandi (Evangelization in the Modern World) 1975. Pope Paul VI

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It contains the Pope’s reflections on the Church’s mission to proclaim the Gospel to the world which is hostile to the love of God.

Evangelii Nuntiandi (Evangelization in the Modern World) 1975. Pope Paul VI

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Commemorates the 90th anniversary of pope Leo XIII’s Condition of Labor.

Laborem Exercens (On Human Work) 1981

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It deals on the concept of work, its dignity, and spirituality, the priority of labor over capital, rights of workers and unions and finally, the development and refinement of the teachings on property.

Laborem Exercens (On Human Work) 1981

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Came on the 20th anniversary of Populorum Progressio.

Solicitudo Rei Socialis (Concern for Social Realities) Pope John Paul II, 1987

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Has an incisive critique on the new form of colonization.

Solicitudo Rei Socialis (Concern for Social Realities) Pope John Paul II, 1987

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Cited the signs of underdevelopment caused by East and West conflict.

Solicitudo Rei Socialis (Concern for Social Realities) Pope John Paul II, 1987

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Clearly denounces the attitude of complete reliance on the remedies proposed by Socialism or Capitalism.

Centesimus Annus (Hundredth Anniversary of Rerum Novarum) John Paul II, 1991

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It also condemns consumerism because of the harm it does on the environment.

Centesimus Annus (Hundredth Anniversary of Rerum Novarum) John Paul II, 1991

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Phil Church Social Teaching
Comes from the following:

1. Plenary Council
2. Pastoral Letters of the CBCP
3. Catechism for Filipino Catholics(CFC)

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Focus of Phil Church Social Teaching

1. widening gap between rich and poor
2. unemployment
3. malnutrition and hunger
4. human rights violations
5. threats of war and violence

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is inherent in human nature

Human dignity

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titles or claims to certain material or spiritual goods- in themselves or the title to access to such goods- and should be acknowledged and respected in return.

Rights-

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all persons have these because we are all human beings, coming directly from our own human nature, manifested in the natural law.
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Natural rights-

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rights given to citizens of the state in its effort to protect uphold human dignity

b. civil rights-

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MAN is a paradox- _______ to understand,

hard

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each individual is a complex being with different traits, yet ______

whole.

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The need to study man is __

basic.

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We keep changing by constant _________ and ________freely for ourselves

choosing

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Ambivalence, accdg to St Paul, is due to the _____of our own appetite which leads us to sin.

disorder

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We have to look for ______ to know the real truth.

guidance, and sound education

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Ambivalence, accdg to St Paul, is due to the disorder of our own appetite which leads us to __

sin.

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Our ____were responsible for our being here.

parents

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We are like ____ that shine more in the company of others.

gems

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is a product of human decisions and activities

Society

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All human activities combined make up a system or ______ in a society

CULTURE

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Our _____ makes it possible for us to have a material relationship.

environment

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Thru ________, we exercise our power to make use of the riches of the world and avail of its fruits.

work

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Man as he seeks for truth and happiness will eventually find out that he _________- GOD did.

did not create himself

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Man as he seeks for ___________ will eventually find out that he did not create himself GOD did.

truth and happiness

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. man is special because of _____

his inviolable dignity

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this dignity is rooted from man’s ____________

origin, meaning and destiny.

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Focus of Philippine Church Social Teaching (5)

Focus: 1. widening gap between rich and poor
2. unemployment
3. malnutrition and hunger
4. human rights violations
5. threats of war and violence

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Major themes from Catholic Social Teachings
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Major themes from Catholic Social Teachings
1. dignity of the human person-
2. community and the common good-
3. rights and responsibilities-
4. option for the poor-
5. dignity of work
6. solidarity-
7. stewardship of creation
8. principle of subsidiarity-

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the moral test of a society is

how it treats the most vulnerable members of it.

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Major themes from Catholic Social Teachings
all people are sacred, made in the image and likeness of God.


1. dignity of the human person-

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Major themes from Catholic Social Teachings
our dignity and rights in relationship with others.

2. community and the common good-

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Major themes from Catholic Social Teachings
we have our fundamental rights and corresponding responsibilities to perform.

3. rights and responsibilities-

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Major themes from Catholic Social Teachings

the moral test of a society is how it treats the most vulnerable members of it.

4. option for the poor-

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Major themes from Catholic Social Teachings
-people have a right to a decent and productive work, fair wages, private property and economic initiative.


5. dignity of work

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Major themes from Catholic Social Teachings
we are one human family.

6. solidarity-

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Major themes from Catholic Social Teachings
- all created things would be shared fairly by all people

7. stewardship of creation

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Major themes from Catholic Social Teachings

freedom and limitations must be adopted to determine field of action proper to individuals.

8. principle of subsidiarity-

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Human dignity is____ In human nature. We are all born with it and can not be removed or separated from it

inherent i

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Human rights is equivalent to _______ and

human existence

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Human rights do not depend on others to acknowledge it, rather it demands such ______ and ___________

recognition and acknowledgment.

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From human dignity flows ________

human rights/duties.

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The protection of human rights ensure the protection and preservation of ______.

human dignity

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The right to property is not ______ but subject to other rights.

absolute

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Violations of rights to livelihood

Violations: unemployment
unjust wages

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In connection with the right to one's way of life, the State must provide:

1. proportionately, equal opportunities to education
2. a properly functioning labor market
3. a just and fair economic competition
4. a peaceful environment

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they are the fundamental rights of all persons because they are human beings. They are meant to be protected and defended by the people and the state.

Natural human rights-

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It is when a person is _____ that he can fulfill his other rights and accomplish his mission in life.
-preservation of life

alive

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-right to resist unjust aggression or anything that directly or indirectly puts life in danger.

right to life

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most fundamental of all rights

right to life

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-right to basic necessities in life

right to life

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God further dignified human life by _______

sending His Son

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It is the basic gift of God to man.

right to life

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Ex of right to one's person

E.g. self-defense
right to free movement
right to the inviolability of one’s home which serves as an extension of oneself

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all persons have natural rights because ______________, coming directly from our own human nature, manifested in the natural law.

we are all human beings

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Christianity teaches a life of ______ and _____

brotherhood love for the poor.

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The commitment of the Church to social issues started during the time of ______

Pope Leo XIII

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The commitment of the Church to social issues reached its high during

Vatican 2.

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The core of the Church’s social mission is to save man in his totality- which includes both ____ and _____ dimensions of man’s life.

socio-political
mystical

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