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Catholic Definitions of Humanity

Summary: What does it mean to be human? Catholic catechism provide seven answers: Humans are created in the image and likeness of God; Humans are called to happiness and holiness; Humans are rational and free' Humans are moral beings; Humans have passions or feelings; Humans are blessed with a conscience; Humans are able to sin.
What It Means To Be Human

Sometimes we ask ourselves, what does it mean to be human? We can easily just look at ourselves and say "I am a human being just like everyone else" by physical perception, but it is much more than that. As Catholics it is part of our duty or part of our life to understand who we are and why are we here. These questions relate back to what is the significance of being a person in this world, and for these questions we need answers.

For a more scientific explanation we can find some answers in the study of anthropology, which examines human behavior, development and origin of humans. Anthropologists have discovered that humans beings break of into groups which develop their own culture and way of doing things. This creates a sense of belonging and purpose for humans. But...

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