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Catechism of the Catholic Church - Book 3, The Life in Christ: Chapter 2, The Human Community Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, The Life in Christ: Chapter 2, The Human Community Summary and Analysis

This chapter begins by affirming the social nature of humanity. A brief description of the value of human society is provided. The fact that a group of people can achieve goals not possible through the work of any one individual is a prevalent factor. Socialization is a necessary part of human development which can help or hinder a person. In the previous section it was indicated that both vice and virtue can be institutionalized, and appear in a multiplicity of guises and groups throughout a society. Groups that further virtue are strongly encouraged by the Catholic Church where those that contribute to vice are to be dissolved through repentance of the participants.

The first article addresses the notion of conversion of heart—that is...

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