Catholic Social Teaching refers to the principles that have, for centuries, guided the Church's moral theology and its teaching and preaching on issues affecting the choices we make both as individuals and as societies. These principles have been spelled out in many church documents and are grouped into seven themes:
Life and Dignity of the Human Person Call to Family, Community and Participation Rights and Responsibilities Option for the Poor and Vulnerable The Dignity of Work and the Rights of Workers Solidarity Care for God's Creation
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