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EDUQAS RE GCSE ORIGINS AND MEANINGS - Catholic Social Teaching

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A level Religious Studies Flashcards on EDUQAS RE GCSE ORIGINS AND MEANINGS - Catholic Social Teaching, created by Martina Moran on 11/29/2020.
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What is Catholic Social Teaching? > CST is the teaching of the church which considers human dignity and the rights and responsibilities people have because they are made imago dei
What are the 7 principles of Catholic Social Teaching P CROSS D Common Good; Rights and responsibilities, option for the poor; solidarity, stewardship, dignity and participation
What is meant by each of the 7 principles Common Good - think of the whole group Right/responsibilities - ones rights must not hinder someone else's Option for poor - Care for poor - put them 1st SOLIDARITY - togetherness - Stewardship - care for creation Participation - use talents to build up a better world - don't opt out
What is CAFOD and the 4 main areas of work? > Catholic agency for overseas development > set up by Bishops of England and Wales in 1968 Work (FEED) Fundraising, Education, Emergency aid and development aid.
How does Cafod live out Catholic Social Teaching > Lives out Jesus' commandment in the parable of the sheep and goats 'whatever you did to the least of my brothers and sisters you did to me' > Upholds human dignity by providing decent living/environment for all > Shows a preferential option for the poor > All people have dignity as made imago dei
What is the SVP Society > A Catholic organisation that lives out Catholci social teaching. >Patron is St Vincent de Paul >Looks after sick, homeless and poor in local communities >has shops, soup kitchens and often know for donating furniture to needy families > visits hosptials, prisoners and the sick
How does SVP live out Catholic Social teachings > Shows an option for the poor >Promotes human dignity - visists prisoners - everyone, regardless, has dignity >Solidarity - stands by the sick/poor/homeless >Works for the common good
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