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A Deeper Examination of Human Dignity
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The Catholic Church's view of human dignity springs from human agency and free will, with the further understanding that free will in turn springs from human creation made in the image of God.
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posted on: Feb 23, 2012 06:34pm
What are Solidarity’s and Subsidiarity’s Practical Value?
Solidarity and Subsidiarity are key components of our Faith, having the potential to place the laity on the path to discovering our supernatural destiny.
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posted on: Feb 22, 2012 09:54pm
The Year of Faith and the New Evangelization
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The goal of both the Year of Faith and the Synod for the New Evangelization is to reawaken the faith in Catholics, so we can be better witnesses to the love of Christ and his Church in our families, communities and in our every day lives.
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posted on: Oct 10, 2012 10:59pm
3 Principles that Can Change the World: "See, Judge, Act" Episode 1
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In this episode, CAPP looks at homelessness and how young volunteers at a high-tech soup kitchen are using Catholic Social Teaching (CST) to make their dreams of helping others become a reality. We also introduce the 3 Key Principles - Human Dignity, Solidarity, and Subsidiarity - to those new to CST.
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posted on: Apr 10, 2014 08:21pm

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Mass in Honor of Our Lady of Fatima
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posted on: Apr 09, 2014 10:57pm
QUOTE - A Reformed Market Economy: Entrepreneurship for Human Development-The Centesimus Annus Pro Pontifice 2015 Statement
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THE CENTESIMUS ANNUS PRO PONTIFICE 2015 STATEMENT - "A Reformed Market Economy: Entrepreneurship for Human Development" - is the result of the May 2013 challenge by Pope Francis to members of CAPP for recommendations on how the market economy might be made more sensitive to the needs of the poor and marginalized. Read More Download the PDF
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posted on: Apr 15, 2015 05:29pm
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Just a Thought
Catholic Social Teaching calls on us to undertake work in a responsible manner and to treat workers well, and reminds us that failure to respect the dignity of human work too often results in poverty and insecurity. Read more