APRIL 8TH 2021 - UPDATED COVID-19

The following health measures will remain in effect until April 26th. Christ the Redeemer Mass capacity will increase to 130 people, including wedding, funeral, and baptismal services. No food or drink may be present or served. These measures will remain in effect until further notice.

 

Catholic Social Teachings

Catholic Social Teaching is based on the belief that God has a plan for creation, a plan to build his kingdom of peace, love and justice. It holds that God has a special place in this story for each of us, whoever we are. Our part in this plan isn’t just limited to things ‘spiritual’, or things we might do on Sundays, but that it involves every aspect of our lives, from the things we pray about, to how we live as a responsible global citizens. Our part in this story is a kind-of vocation for the common good, a call to treat everyone as your brothers and sisters and is something that we all share. Catholic Social Teaching is the tradition of papal reflection about how we live this vocation for the common good in our world.

Catholic Social Teaching touches upon many different aspects of life, from the family to international development, how we think of those who are homeless to how we care for the environment, and from how we shop and consume to the rights of workers and the dignity of work. All the different areas that Catholic Social Teaching touches upon have developed from practical reflection on the realities of modern life in the light of the principles and themes of Catholic Social Teaching.

This website is structured around these themes and offers explanations, resources, reflections and stories for each one. We hope these will help you to better understand and reflect upon Catholic social teaching as well as challenge you and support you in better responding to our shared vocation for the common good.

Find out more click HERE CTS to read a more in depth introduction to Catholic Social Teaching.