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Seven Social Justice Principles

Summary: A detailed explanation of the seven principles of social justice taught by the Roman Catholic Church, with reference to the L'Arche community.
The Roman Catholic Church embraces a distinct and concise set of seven social justice principles. The Church also believes in justice and fairness for all people, regardless of their race, age, wealth or disability. The L'Arche community is a clear follower in this belief as they believe that all "humans are created in the image and likeness of God" (Gen 1:27) and therefore should be treated equally. The seven principles of social justice taught by the Catholic Church, when internalised, lead the community to act, as the L'Arche community has done. It helps Catholics to see that they should live a life of dignity and integrity just as Jesus Christ did.

The L'Arche community is the Roman Catholics Church's idea of an ideal community. The Catholic ideal of society can also be seen in Acts 2:44-46, a group of people who really are a community, a family...

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