Jeopardy Review! Chapter 3 Our Social Nature The common good Natural Law Centrality of the Family Pot Luck $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 Work for justice on the most immediate level What is subsidiarity? A group of persons bound together in a way that goes beyond each of them. What is society? we cannot survive infancy without it? What is the family? each society is different according to its _____? What is purpose? All have this in common? What is the human person? Special consideration for the least in our midst What is option for the poor? Involves respect for persons, social well-being, and peace. What is community? Church favors _________ that promote common good by respecting human rights and promote freedom What are governments? justice is impossible without it What is respect? virtue of social charity . What is solidarity? Written on the human heart and discovered by human reason What is Natural Law? We discover our humanity by association with others What is community? The precepts of the natural law are unchangeable, permanent, and ? , that is, applying to all persons, in every society, for all time. Who is universal? The primary source of the Church’s social teaching comes from divine revelation. We find divine revelation in ?. What is Natural law or Scripture? Natural law is the foundation for it What is civil law? Society is only as strong as this? What is families? The primary right to educate children rests with _______? Who are the parents? The foundational social group. What is the family? . He said “Society and government have a duty to honor and assist the family and to guarantee basic rights “ Who is John Paul II? It must be protected absolutely. What is human life? Good common sense What is prudence? The most important virtue What is charity? Moderation in all things. What is temperance? Strength to choose good What is fortitude? Fr. Walter Ciszek belonged to this order of priests. What are the Jesuits.