Chapter 1 Religion 300 Name _______ 1 2 3 4 7 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 24 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Across 2. This principle includes the social conditions that permit people to reach their full human potential 3. The power to perform deliberate actions on one’s own responsibility 10. Rights that are for every human being 13. This principle reminds us that we are our brothers’ and sisters’ keepers 14. The ___ ___ guides us to live loving and just lives as God intends 18. The U.S. Catholic bishops highlighted ___ principles that serve as the foundation of the Church’s social teaching 19. An important social justice encyclical that lists important human rights 22. The lack of some members of society or all the nutrition are doing elements necessary for 28. This is the heart of human health Christian morality 25. The quality or 30. A pastoral letter state of being worthy, sent to the whole honored, or esteemed Church on some 26. The body of important aspect of Church doctrine that Church teaching applies Jesus’ gospel 32. God revealed that to our life together is he has a communal called ___ ___ and social ___ doctrine 33. This principle 27. This principle asks calls us to protect the how our most ___ people and all of God’s creation Down 1. The depiction of sexual acts or nudity with the purpose of gratifying lustful desires 4. The principle of dignity of work is concerned with the rights of ___ 5. The Genesis creation account reveals that each of us is made in ___ ___ 17. The principle of respect for human life holds that every stage of human life is ___ and worthy of protection 20. Rights that are inherent and beyond challenge 21. Enables us to recognize and understand God’s command to do good and avoid evil 6. God called her to minister to the poorest of the poor 23. The state or condition of sin into which all generations of people are born 7. Our sins sometimes develop into ___ of sin that create unjust societies 24. Rights that are untouchable because they come from God 8. This principle holds that although people have different talents, we are all equal 9. This is the central social institution that must be supported and strengthened 11. The foundational principle holds that every person deserves ___ 12. The life, death, and resurrection of Jesus 15. All rights have corresponding ___ 16. This principle teaches that the lowest level of an organization should handle a function if it is capable without the higher level intruding 29. Claims we can make on each other and on society to guarantee attaining certain basic minimum conditions to live a truly human life 31. An Aramaic term of endearment that means "dada"