principle of subsidiarity
the principle that guides the relations in society. it states that the lower authority must not be interfered with by the higher authority without necessity.
the science and art dealing with the form, organization, administration, and government of people within a state or between states.
a defined geographic region comprised of people who are under the same governmental structure.
the domestic church; a man and a woman united in marriage, together with their children; a community of faith hope and love.
the practice of teaching and reinforcing acceptable patterns of behavior.
the condition of being just or impartial
grandparents, aunts, uncles, and other relatives who are not in the immediate family.
a community of grace and prayer, a school of human and christian virtue, and the place where the faith is first proclaimed to children.
a command or order usually from a superior.
the respect that children owe their parents including gratitude, just obedience, and assistance.
the condition of living in harmonious association and company with others for mutual benefit, defense, and other needs.
sympathy that comes from knowing how someone feels and why they feel that way.
the power to enforce obedience to dictated laws in the realm of public actions within a defined territory; those persons who exercise this power.