Paragraph 1908

1908. Second, the common good requires the social well-being and development of the group itself. Development is the epitome of all social duties. Certainly, it is the proper function of authority to arbitrate, in the name of the common good, between various particular interests; but it should make accessible to each what is needed to lead a truly human life: food, clothing, health, work, education and culture, suitable information, the right to establish a family, and so on.28


Aprofunde seus conhecimentos

317. Who administers this sacrament?

566. What places are conducive to prayer?

121. What happened in the Agony in the Garden of Gethsemane?

292. What are the fruits of Holy Communion?

330. What is the effect of the ordination to the diaconate?

349. What is the attitude of the Church toward those people who are divorced and then remarried?

93. What does the heart of Jesus exemplify?


Acesse nossos estudos biblicos:

How is God’s sovereignty portrayed amidst the chaos in Lamentations 2:8-9?

How does the conquest of Canaan in the book of Joshua demonstrate God’s faithfulness?

What does Baruch 6:2-5 teach us about the danger of trusting ourselves instead of trusting God?

How does Job 38:1-11 reveal God’s sovereignty in the midst of suffering?

How does Ruth’s story teach us about integrity and honesty?

How important is caring for the dead in the Bible and what can we learn from the story of Tobiah and the burial of the dead?

What does the mutual admiration between loved ones mean in the book of Songs?