Here I am,Angel.
There will be no left,right,center or agendas.They are meaningless.
Skip them,Angel…Go to Adoration…
This Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church that was posted gives us an idea of how wide the mantle of our Mother is.
And the sharing comes because one can read this as a Pilgrimage and there are already more Encyclicals and letters added to this journey for us to read.
But it has been very helpful and one can look into the whole if it moving and it continues
with Benedict’s and Francis’ .
It is getting into the mind of the Church
Of course you ve got your USCCB( I am not American so I do not follow their web page closely…that would be yours)
This is how it starts
PONTIFICAL COUNCIL FOR JUSTICE AND PEACE
OF THE SOCIAL DOCTRINE
OF THE CHURCH
TO HIS HOLINESS POPE JOHN PAUL II
MASTER OF SOCIAL DOCTRINE AND
TO JUSTICE AND PEACE
AN INTEGRAL AND SOLIDARY HUMANISM
a. At the dawn of the Third Millennium
- The Church moves further into the Third Millennium of the Christian era as a pilgrim people, guided by Christ, the “great Shepherd” (Heb 13:20). He is the “Holy Door” (cf. Jn 10:9) through which we passed during the Great Jubilee of the year 2000. Jesus Christ is the Way, the Truth and the Life (cf. Jn 14:6): contemplating the Lord’s face, we confirm our faith and our hope in him, the one Saviour and goal of history.
The Church continues to speak to all people and all nations, for it is only in the name of Christ that salvation is given to men and women. Salvation, which the Lord Jesus obtained “at a price” (1 Cor 6:20; cf. 1 Pet 1:18-19), is achieved in the new life that awaits the righteous after death, but it also permeates this world in the realities of the economy and labour, of technology and communications, of society and politics, of the international community and the relations among cultures and peoples. “Jesus came to bring integral salvation, one which embraces the whole person and all mankind, and opens up the wondrous prospect of divine filiation”.
Here goes art 4…
. Discovering that they are loved by God, people come to understand their own transcendent dignity, they learn not to be satisfied with only themselves but to encounter their neighbour in a network of relationships that are ever more authentically human. Men and women who are made “new” by the love of God are able to change the rules and the quality of relationships, transforming even social structures. They are people capable of bringing peace where there is conflict, of building and nurturing fraternal relationships where there is hatred, of seeking justice where there prevails the exploitation of man by man. Only love is capable of radically transforming the relationships that men maintain among themselves. This is the perspective that allows every person of good will to perceive the broad horizons of justice and human development in truth and goodness.
Let us know,Angel.