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The Catholic Social Thought’s are a range of beliefs regarding situations around human dignity and the common good within a community. Addressing the ideas of the role of state, oppression, subsidiarily wealth distribution and study for social justice. Consisting of nine key principles coined by …

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“ A literature reappraisal is an history of what has been published on a subject by commissioned bookmans and research workers ” ( Taylor, P.1 ) . In this chapter, my intent is to convey what cognition and thoughts have been established by others in …

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Church distinguishes between vice, which is a habit inclining one to sin, and the sin itself, which is an individual morally wrong act. Note that in Roman Catholicism, the word “sin” also refers to the state that befalls one upon committing a morally wrong act. …

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People who are raised Catholic, would know what I mean when I say most parents of newborns will have their babies baptized into the faith very young, probably within the first 6 months after birth. I was a late bloomer. When I was 6 years …

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England“….. as were to be seen in the reign of this queen Mary, whether we behold the shortness of her time or the unfortunate event of all her purposes…. ” The unforgettable regnant Queen Mary of England and Ireland did attempt to restore the Catholic …

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The Roman Catholic Funeral Rite vs. the Jewish Funeral Rite Funeral services in the 1990’s are more complex that they have ever been before. The modern funeral director must not only be aware of and comply with their own state and local rules and regulations, …

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Understanding Contemporary Moral Issues from a Catholic Perspective Withdrawal of life-sustaining medical treatment’. “And the dust goes back to the earth as it was, and the spirit goes back to God who gave It”. (Ecclesiastic 12:7). In order for me to comprehend and discuss the …

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In the last few thousand years, various religions have made the choice to record their various stories and teachings, to eliminate the “Chinese Whispers” effect that alters the details of these important themes. These writings are often utilised by those who follow the religion as …

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Roman Catholicism relates itself to broader and more dominant religion of Chrisitinity. They share a large number of similarities in terms of biblical references(Contender Ministries, 2005). From the immaculate conception of Mary to the trinitarian belief. They share the deity of Jesus Christ who died …

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Part of our obligation as Catholics is to grow in prayer, and participate along with contributing to your parish. Another part of our duty to participate in the parish is to give back to the Lord financially. The Archdiocese of St. Louis has looked out …

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