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Religion Questions

STUDY
PLAY
Awareness
What is my vision of justice in this situation?
Awareness
What personal experiences have I had of this injustice?
Awareness
How have these experiences shaped my worldview and my attitudes toward this injustice?
Awareness
How does this injustice fit within the worldview of the culture? How has the culture shaped my own worldview?
Awareness
What are possible blind spots in my worldview?
Awareness
What do the people affected by the injustice and those closely associated with justice efforts say about the situation? What kind of factual info might flesh out my understanding of the issue?
Analysis
When I make a relationship map, what lifegiving relationships do I see as necessary to esure that justice happens? What is the blueprint for justice in concrete terms?
Analysis
How is power used in social structures affecting this injsutice? Is it used to build justice or block justice?
Analysis
How do the values of the Scriptures call us to respoind to this situation?
Analysis
What does God say to me in prayer?
Analysis
How do the themse and principles of Catholic social teaching suggest we respond to the situation?
Analysis
How can shared power build justice here?
Analysis
What might this situation look like if it reflected the lifegiving abundunce that God wants?
Analysis
How could structures build lifegiving relationships in this situation?
Action
What kind of action is needed to build or transform the relationships necessary for justice? What direct action is needed? What social action in needed?
Action
How can I act in solidarity with those affected by the injustice?
Action
Does my action reflect love for thos responsible for the injustice, even as it calls them to justice?
New Awareness
How has taking action deepened or changed by awareness of the situation?
New Awareness
Where do I go from here in my commitment to justice?