The present-day conditions of the world add greater

The unity and believe of god can do to people
give us seen and become clear understanding of who we are. Only through prayer,
faith on god, people can become who god created them to be.  Unity is god plans for human, rather creating
hatred toward other.  We are understanding
that the church is place where people come together as one. Church is also
necessary for salvation according to scripture and tradition. Church also
encounter who Christ is, teaches people to live life in righteous way through
scripture, prayer, songs and love. There are so many people who doesn’t belong
to church or to Christianity but, remain connect to the people of god through
help of churches.

 To
become a member of church is very simple to love Christ and he will love you
back. The Catholic Church remains the sign of unity and is a sacrament of
salvation for all. The role of the church is enlightened people the power of
holy spirit, the gospel of Jesus Christ, so that everyone can have
opportunities to receive Christ. Jesus act of love is known when he dies in the
cross was an act of love for everyone in the world, which is called to be union
with Christ, Church believe that god love all through holy spirit. The sprit is
what one who leads us in enteral life, spirt also provide the means for
holiness. Our purines of soul. The unity and love are what keep us together.
The depth of love cannot be understood without help of Jesus. Baptism is also
done in church it is a process where we become one body.

 

 

 

Is the Catholic Church best identified by its
teachings, its history, or its members?

Catholic Church best identified by its teaching because
catholic churches is the
Light for nations. Because this is so, this Sacred Synod gathered together in
the Holy Spirit eagerly desires, by proclaiming the Gospel to every creature,
(1) to bring the light of to all men, a light brightly visible on the
countenance of the Church. Since the Church is in Christ like a sacrament or as
a sign and instrument both of a very closely-knit union with God and of the
unity of the whole human race, it desires now to unfold more fully to the
faithful of the Church and to the whole world its own inner nature and
universal mission. This it intends to do following faithfully the teaching of
previous councils. The present-day conditions of the world add greater urgency
to this work of the Church so that all men, joined more closely today by
various social, technical and cultural ties, might also attain fuller unity. If
we turn not to things external and material, the first thing of all to secure
is to save unfortunate working people from the cruelty of men of greed, who use
human beings as mere instruments for money-making. It is neither just nor human
so to grind men down with excessive labor as to stupefy their minds and wear
out their bodies. Man’s powers, like his general nature, are limited, and
beyond these limits he cannot go. His strength is developed and increased by
use and exercise, but only on condition of due intermission and proper rest.
Daily labor, therefore, should be so regulated as not to be protracted over
longer hours than strength admits. How many and how long the intervals of rest
should be must depend on the nature of the work, on circumstances of time and
place, and on the health and strength of the workman. Those who work in mines
and quarries, and extract coal, stone and metals from the bowels of the earth,
should have shorter hours in proportion as their labor is more severe and
trying to health. Then, again, the season of the year should be considered; for
not infrequently a kind of labor is easy at one time which at another is intolerable
or exceedingly difficult. Finally, work which is quite suitable for a strong
man cannot rightly be required from a woman or a child. And, regarding
children, great care should be taken not to place them in workshops and
factories until their bodies and minds are sufficiently developed. For, just as
very rough weather destroys the buds of spring, so does too early an experience
of life’s hard toil blight the young promise of a child’s faculties, and render
any true education impossible. Women, again, are not suited for certain
occupations; a woman is by nature fitted for home-work, and it is that which is
best adapted at once to preserve her modesty and to promote the good bringing
up of children and the well-being of the family. As a general principle it may
be laid down that a workman ought to have leisure and rest proportionate to the
wear and tear of his strength, for waste of strength must be repaired by
cessation from hard work

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We all know that habit are things that we daily. At times we do certain
things without even thinking because our body know how to respond. Habit are
divided into two category good and bad, good habit which is known as virtues,
and of other matter connected with them, namely Gifts, Beatitudes and Fruits;
second one bad habit also known as vice and sins.

How does the Catholic Church show its deep interest in
humanity?

Catholic Church show its deep interest in humanity by constantly
making people a better version of themselves with the help of power of faith, to that which we believe, or to the act of
believing, as also to the habit by which we believe. When therefore we say that
“virtue is the limit of power,” virtue is taken for the object of
virtue. For the furthest point to which a power can reach, is said to be its
virtue; which lead a person to live good life, successful life. Church are giving
motivation or wisdom; whatever one may need to success.  Church show its interest in humanity by spreading
love, idea of unity among their follower. From contemplation of this divine
Model, it is easier to understand that the true worth and nobility of man lie
in his moral qualities, that is, in virtue; that virtue is, moreover, the common
inheritance of men, equally within the reach of high and low, rich and poor;
and that virtue, and virtue alone, wherever found, will be followed by the
rewards of everlasting happiness. Nay, God Himself seems to incline rather to
those who suffer misfortune; for Jesus Christ calls the poor “blessed”; 20
He lovingly invites those in labor and grief to come to Him for solace; 21
and He displays the tenderest charity toward the lowly and the oppressed. These
reflections cannot fail to keep down the pride of the well-to-do, and to give
heart to the unfortunate; to move the former to be generous and the latter to
be moderate in their desires. Thus, the separation which pride would set up
tends to disappear, nor will it be difficult to make rich and poor join hands
in friendly concord.

What drives Catholic Thought?

Catholicism is one of the most recognized and practiced
religion in the world.  Catholicism is religion
of love, wisdom, unity, discipline and for betterment of people life.  To be catholic means to have complete faith in
god and obeying its divine grace, keep it holy as it was created by god. Church
main drives is to help people who are in need, regardless of the race, color
and religion. One can depend upon church for basic needs such as, food, water
and shelter even emotional support. The Church is a piece of land to be cultivated,
the tillage of God. church will give a reason to hope , however, that by
meeting and negotiation, men may come to discover better the bonds that unite
them together, deriving from the human nature which they have in common ; and that they may also come
to discover with the help of church that one of the most profound requirement
of their common nature is this: that between them and their respective peoples
it is not fear which should reign but love, a love which tends to express its
collaboration that is loyal, manifold in form and productive of many benefits. Church
main principle is to build peace and create harmony in world. Catholic churches
want to help community, if it thinks it can comfortably go its own way without
creative concern and effective cooperation in helping the poor to live with
dignity and reaching out to everyone, will also risk breaking down, however
much it may talk about social issues or criticize governments. It will easily drift
into a spiritual worldliness camouflaged by religious practices, unproductive
meetings and empty talk.          

 

According to catholic churches a greater meaning in life; this will
enable them truly to serve the common good by striving to increase the goods of
this world and to make them more accessible to all. As for those who possess not the gifts of fortune, they are taught by
the Church that in God’s sight poverty is no disgrace, and that there is
nothing to be ashamed of in earning their bread by labor. This is enforced by
what we see in Christ Himself, who, “whereas He was rich, for our sakes
became poor”; 18 and who, being the Son of God, and God Himself, chose to
seem and to be considered the son of a carpenter — nay, did not disdain to
spend a great part of His life as a carpenter Himself. “Is not this the
carpenter, the son of Mary?”19. Catholic churches drive to teach about being
united with bonds of friendship, but also in those of brotherly love. For they
will understand and feel that all men are children of the same common Father,
who is God; that all have alike the same last end, which is God Himself, who
alone can make either men or angels absolutely and perfectly happy; that each
and all are redeemed and made sons of God, by Jesus Christ, “the
first-born among many brethren”; that the blessings of nature and the
gifts of grace belong to the whole human race in common, and that from none
except the unworthy is withheld the inheritance of the kingdom of Heaven.
“If sons, heirs also; heirs indeed of God, and co-heirs with
Christ.”22. The Church, moreover, intervenes directly in behalf of the poor,
by setting on foot and maintaining many associations which she knows to be
efficient for the relief of poverty. Herein, again, she has always succeeded so
well as to have even extorted the praise of her enemies. Such was the ardor of
brotherly love among the earliest Christians that numbers of those who were in
better circumstances despoiled themselves of their possessions in order to
relieve their brethren; whence “neither was there any one needy among
them.”24 To the order of deacons, instituted in that very intent, was
committed by the Apostles the charge of the daily doles; and the Apostle Paul,
though burdened with the solicitude of all the churches, hesitated not to
undertake laborious journeys in order to carry the alms of the faithful to the
poorer Christians. Tertullian calls these contributions, given voluntarily by
Christians in their assemblies, deposits of piety, because, to cite his own
words, they were employed “in feeding the needy, in burying them, in
support of youths and maidens destitute of means and deprived of their parents,
in the care of the aged, and the relief of the shipwrecked.”