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Arts and Humanities
CST Articles 1-17
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the systematic and planned extermination of an entire ethnic, religious, political or cultural group of people
the original state go human beings in their relationship with God, sharing in the divine life in full communion with him
the state of complete harmony of our first parents with themselves, with each other, and all of creation
the good that is collectively shared by a number of people and that is beneficial for all members of a given community.
Also called the Fall from Grace, the biblical revelation about the origins of sin and evil in the world, expressed figuratively in the account of Adam and Eve in Genesis.
The sin by which the first humans disobeyed God and thereby lost original holiness and became subject to death. Transmitted to every person born into the world besides Mary and Jesus.
the defense of human dignity by ensuring that essential human needs are met and that essential human rights are protected for all people
God's se;d-communication through which he makes known the mystery of his divine plan
generally the term for any sacred writing. For Christians, the Old and New Testaments that make up the Bible and are recognized as the Word of God.
This word means refers to the process of passing on the Gospel message.
the pattern of salvific events in which God clearly reveals his presence and saving actions. Salvation was accomplished once and for all through Jesus Christ
A solemn agreement between human beings or between God and a human being in which mutual commitments are made
Divine Law revealed in the Old Testament, summarized in the Ten Commandments. Also called the Law of Moses.
Divine Law revealed in the New Testament through the life and teaching of Jesus Christ and through the witness and teaching of the Apostles.
The work of salvation accomplished by Jesus Christ mainly through his Passion, death, Resurrection and Ascension
"threefold," referring ti the central mystery of the Christian faith that God exists as a communion of three distinct and interrelated Divine Persons: Father, Son Holy Spirit
1. the entire people of God throughout the world 2.the diocese which is also known as the local Church 3. the assembly of believers gathered for the celebration of the liturgy, especially the Eucharist.
the free and undeserved gift of God's loving and active presence in the universe and in our live empowering us to respond to his call and to live as his adopted sons and daughters.
A person God chooses to speak his message of salvation.
"seeing the whole together" the name given to the Gospels of Mathew, Mark, and Luke because they are similar in style and content
corporal works of mercy
Charitable actions that respond to people's physical needs and show respect for human dignity.
the body of teaching by the Church on economic and social matters that includes moral judgements and demands for action in favor of those being harmed
A teaching letter from the Pope to the members of the Church on topics of social justice, human rights, and peace
the moral principle that large organizations and governments should not take over responsibilities and decisions that can be carried out by individuals and local organizations, and that large corporations and governments have the responsibility to support the good of human beings, families, and local communities, which are the center and purpose of social life
treating people of a different race without the full respect their equal dignity requires
the belief that war, especially nuclear war, can be prevented through the ability to respond to a military attack with a devastating counterattack
the Church's living teaching office, which consists of all bishops, in communion with the Pope, the Bishop of Rome.
Based on the Latin word Pivot, prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance
a habitual and firm disposition to do good
the cardinal virtue concerned with the rights and duties within relationships; the commitment, as well as the actions and attitudes that flow from the commitment, to ensure that all persons particularly people who are poor and oppressed receive what is due them
This type of justice calls for fairness in agreements and contracts between individuals. It is an equal exchange of goods, money, or services
the social responsibilities that citizens owe their country and society
the responsibility that society has for safeguarding essential human rights and ensuring the just distribution of the earth's resources, with special regard for those people whose basic needs are going unmet
universal destination of goods
the principle that the earth and all its goods belong to God, and he intends these goods to provide he things all human beings need to live with dignity
An organized social movement and market-based approach that aims to help producers in developing countries to obtain living waged for their labor
Union of one's heart and mind with all people.
the good that is collectively shared by a number of people and that is beneficial for all members of a given community
the careful and responsible management of someone or something that has been entrusted to a person's care
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