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    • Summary
    • I. Social Teachings
      • composed of Principles of reflection, criteria of Judgment and directives for action.
    • A. Social Sin
      • is the root of poverty and injustice.
    • B. Old Testament
      • God is viewed as the liberator of the oppressed and the defender of the poor.
    • C. Conversion of feet, head and heart
      • the living of the spirit of Beatitudes which are marks of the pilgrim journeying toward the Kingdom of God.
    • D. Justice and love
      • For social structures to be put in order, this is what we need.
    • II. Pastoral Cycle
      • A process composed of exposure, social analysis, theological reflection and reflected action
    • A. Integral Development
      • To seek to do more, know more and have more in order to be more
    • b. social analysis
      • A thorough social analysis should be promoted more intensely to build up discerning communities.
    • C. Social concerns
      • are inextricably lined with our Evangelizing Mission.
    • D. Spirituality of social transformation
      • come from our relationship with God the Father and Jesus together with our attentiveness to the Holy Spirit.
    • 1. Evangelization
      • not complete without temporal liberation.
    • 2. People Empowerment
      • Social Transformation is possible when persons are active and responsible subjects of social life.
    • 3. Strategy of Non-violence
      • Peaceful rallies, assemblies, marches, acts of passive resistance
    • 4. Stewards of Environment
      • we are called to be accountable to the Creator and Giver of all good things.
    • 5. Dignity of Human Work
      • support the right of association, the right to participate in the fruits of work and in management.
    • The next 2 slides are included in Globalization:
    • Localism
      • Allegiances of local bodies to gain access to decision making
    • Democratization
      • Diffusion of democracy to replace totalitarianism and military dictatorship