response to a loving God
absence of morality
an act that goes against morality, not moral
the belief that morals are subjective
the belief that morals are relative, i.e., what applies to me may not apply to you
the belief that the good of the many is over the good of the one, the ends justify the means
the belief that morals are the same all of the time
actions and beliefs that define a person
that which is in alignment with morals
God's truth, shown to us through Jesus, scripture, and tradition
the universal law which applies to all people
putting more worth in material things instead of other things
positive action or trait
negative action or trait
faith, hope, love
belief without proof
sort of like optimism.
when somebody else's happiness is essential to your own. Or something about God. really, it's all about giving.
knowing when to shut up
when the jerk gets his come-uppance. Actually, the Pope probably wouldn't agree with that.
like prudence, knowing when enough is enough
when somebody is turned towards Jesus
a really important promise that can't be broken
giving a shiz when somebody is being murdered or a genocide is happening, instead of caring about silly stuff and letting 8,000 people die every day
shutting up and letting people get on with their lives. live and let live. not judging, or not acting on those judgments (at least)
The Golden Rule
if you don't know this you probably shouldn't be in high school.
something you have to do, probably because you'd be a jerk morally if you didn't
responding to suffering
I think this one is pretty self-explanatory
Reign of God
God being in charge, things going according to His Will, "bless this thy holy hand grenade" blah blah
God made flesh, aka Jesus
Jesus as prophet
he walked around and talked and didn't bathe and people followed him. Also, a beard. clearly a prophet.
Jesus as Lord
he's the boss' son. you better not mess with him.
you should memorize these. there are 8.
stories that have a moral, but aren't direct
Love God above all else & love your neighbor as yourself
Know the Catholic Social Teachings!
Really, know them.
how you view the world. duh.
one's heritage and tradition
not putting others down, allowing them to do their own thing
things depend on each other for other things to happen
a diagram that demonstrates how all the different parts of a system rely on each other.
how the world is set up
power to control or dominate something
power that works together
what it sounds like...action that directly affects something. you giving somebody food.
action that might take a bit longer to work out. donating to a food-giving place.
disobeying immoral or unjust laws peacefully
the compilation of our upbringing, faith, and world view which guides our actions
not rigorous enough, sees bad things as okay
sees good things as bad, too rigorous
an action that goes against morals or disobeys God or what have you. it's bad.
the sacrament that gets rid of all of the bad stuff you did.
rights EVERYBODY has. like to marriage. jussayin.
not liking somebody because of something about them, probably something they can't help
c'mon, you know what this is
cycle of exclusion
we exclude, therefore we are excluded. or something.