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SJ - CtFCP and Solidarity
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The good that is collectively shared by a number of people and that is beneficial for all members of a given community. Social conditions that allow for all citizens of the earth, individuals and families, to meet basic needs and achieve fulfillment promote the common good.
Union of one's heart and mind with all people. Solidarity leads to the just distribution of material goods, creates bonds between opposing groups and nations, and leads to the spread of spiritual goods such as friendship and prayer.
Marital infidelity, or sexual activity between two persons, at least one of whom is married to another person. It is a sin against the Sixth Commandment.
The virtue by which people are able to successfully and healthfully integrate their sexuality into their total person; recognized as one of the fruits of the Holy Spirit. Also one of the vows of religious life.
The movement, migration, or scattering of a people away from an established or ancestral homeland.
Sexual intercourse between a man and a woman who are not married. It is morally wrong to engage in intercourse before Marriage, a sin against the Sixth Commandment.
The movement of a person or a group of people to a new country, usually to take up permanent residence. The opposite of immigration is emigration, the movement of people out of a country. An immigrant is a person who has moved to take up residence in another country.
Self-manipulation of one's sexual organs for the purpose of erotic pleasure or to achieve orgasm. It is a sin against the Sixth Commandment because the act cannot result in the creation of new life and because God created sexuality not for self-gratification but to unify a husband and wife in Marriage.
The movement of a person or a group of people from one place to another. A migrant moves from one place to another without establishing a permanent residence.
Having more than one spouse, an act contrary to the dignity of marriage and a sin against the Sixth Commandment.
A written description or visual portrayal of a person or action that is created or viewed with the intention of stimulating sexual feelings. Creating or using pornography is a sin against the Sixth and Ninth Commandments.
Any person who seeks protection in another country because of war or natural disaster or because of a well-founded fear of persecution in his or her native land.
Treating people of one gender without the full respect their equal dignity requires.
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