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Who we are

 |  26 March 2018

With Faith Doing Justice we seek to present articles that best illuminate the charism of the Society of Jesus, “a faith that does justice”. We look for current articles on a range of websites that best illustrate the principles of Catholic social teaching in everyday life under broad topics such as indigenous, refugees, environment, politics. The four key principles of Catholic social teaching we focus on are:

  • human dignity – the centrality of the person made in the image and likeness of God
  • the common good – the interconnectedness of humanity with each other and with animals, birds and the earth
  • subsidiarity – full participation in decision-making that concerns those affected, and
  • solidarity – humans can only grow and achieve our potential in relationship with others including the earth, animals and other organisms. 

 


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 | 27 March 2018

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 | 27 March 2018

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