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Social Justice Study Guide 9/30/16
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The factory owner allows his workers to form a union and allows them to use lunchtime for meetings so everyone can participate.
Californians vote to abolish the death penalty
Respect for Human Life
Christine decides to devote to her weekends to working at an animal shelter and donates money organizers that work to protect the environment.
Ramon defends his friend, George, from a group of students who are making fun of him because he is gay.
The police departments' new leader reorganizes his officers to provide equal protection to all areas of the city and provides training in working with different racial and ethnic groups.
The Pope decides to delegate ro power and authority to local bishops and priests to deal with decisions in their area. Decisions should be made by the people most closely involved.
Many white clergy joined Dr. Martin Luther King in his marches in favor of civil rights in the 1960's in order to show their support for the movement.
Helen decided to devote her weekends to bringing her children to visit their elders parents who are not in good health.
Felix decides to not in favor of a new tac to benefit the education of poor children, even though his children go to private schools.
Preferential Option for the Poor
We consider all decisions not in terms of how they affect us, but bearing in mind how they will affect everyone. This is opposite of selfishness.
The Common Good
The Catholic Church promotes socialism as an economic system.
The four cardinal virtues are fortitude, temperance, prudence, and justice
There are God given rights and duties that apply to all human beings and that must be respected and protected by society.
The scriptural definition of justice is "right relationships."
Justice is a theological virtue.
the original moral sense that God gave us
an action so contrary to God's will that it results in complete separation from God and his grace
Example of social sin (affects on a large scale)
Example of structural sin
products made with child labor
the process of listening for God's call in our lives and distinguishing between good and bad choices
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