Catholic Social Teaching
ENGAGE: Catholicism 101 • 6m 52s
Catholics have a lot to say about a well-ordered and functional society.
Collectively called “Catholic Social Teaching,” the key principles are: pursuing the common good; holding our leaders and our laws to the standard of justice; and promoting a culture of life for all people.
Get a glimpse of how Catholics view society here:
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