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Cascia Hall Theology 7 Unit 6: Social Justice Part 1

the passing on to others by our words and by our actions, the faith that we have been given
The call each of us has in life to be the person God wants each to be and the way we each serve the Church and the Kingdom of God
Blessed are the poor in spirit
for theirs is the kingdom of heaven
Blessed are they who mourn
for they will be comforted
Blessed are the meek,
for they will inherit the land
Blessed are they who hunger and thirst for righteousness,
for they will be satisfied
Blessed are the merciful,
for they will be shown mercy
Blessed are the clean of heart,
for they will see God
Blessed are the peacemakers,
for they will be called children of God
Blessed are they who are persecuted for the sake of righteousness,
for theirs is the kingdom of heaven
Works of Mercy
Acts of love by which we care for the bodily and spiritual needs of others.
Corporal Works of Mercy
ways we take care of others' physical needs
Spiritual Works of Mercy
ways we help care for people's spiritual needs
Golden Rule
Do unto others whatever you would have them do to you
The sharing of our resources or time to help those who are poor or in need
The least of those that Jesus speaks about
The weak, poor, and outcast in society
Last judgment
Jesus Christ's coming at the end of time to judge all people
Latin for "body"
Admonish the sinner
spiritual, give example
Instruct the ignorant
spiritual, give example
Counsel the doubtful
spiritual, give example
Comfort the sorrowful
spiritual, give example
Bear wrongs patiently
spiritual, give example
Forgive all injuries
spiritual, give example
Pray for the living and the dead
spiritual, give example
Feed the hungry
corporal, example
Give drink to the thirsty
corporal, example
Clothe the naked
corporal, example
Visit the imprisoned
corporal, example
Shelter the homeless
corporal, example
Visit the sick
corporal, example
Bury the dead
corporal, example
"to make happy"
A special happiness or blessing of a spiritual nature
M&M game
explain what happened in the game
Giving more M&M's to the poor in the game
example of charity
Lowering the cost of prizes in the game
example of justice
Charity or Justice? Giving a meal to a hungry person
Charity or Justice? Donating clothes to a shelter
Charity or Justice? Working to change laws
Be able to identify other examples of charity and justice
be able to identify other examples of chatiry and justice
Commutative Justice
justice of exchange. Calls for fairness in agreements and exchanges between individuals or private social groups. Ex: hiring a babysitter
Distributive Justice
justice that guarantees the common welfare. It involves sharing and sees to the just distribution of the earth's goods
Legal Justice
Requires that citizens obey the laws of society
Social Justice
applies the gospel of Jesus Christ to society's structures, systems, and laws
Social Justice
also called contributive justice
Explain the meaning of the parable of the Good Samaritan.
At least 4 sentences
Explain the meaning of Matthew 25:31-46 and how it relates to you
at least 4 sentences
What did you learn from the M&M game
at least 4 sentences
Take Lord and Receive
Be able to fill in missing lines of the prayer